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A perennial woody plant, not exactly defined, but differentiated from a shrub by its larger size (typically over a few meters in height) or growth habit, usually having a single (or few) main axis or trunk unbranched for some distance above the ground and a head of branches and foliage.
1992 April 5, of Jeeves and Wooster episodes|"The Full House", Jeeves and Wooster|''Jeeves and Wooster'', Series 3, Episode 2:
- ''B. Wooster:'' Of all the places on this great planet of ours, West Neck, Long Island, has chosen to be the most unexciting. The last time anything ''remotely'' interesting happened here was in 1842, when a tree fell over. They still talk about it in the village.
(quote-journal)Trees are also responsible for numerous minor delays in autumn to leaves falling on the track, which rolling stock engineers are supposed to cope with as usual.
A device used to hold or stretch a shoe open.
A connected graph with no cycles or, if the graph is finite, equivalently a connected graph with ''n'' vertices and ''n''−1 edges.
(quote-song) and (w)|composer=|title=(w)|url=|album=Curtain Call: The Hits|artist=|year=2005|passage=I like good pussy and I like good trees / Smoke so much weed you wouldn't believe
(RQ:King James Version)whom Jesus they ſlew and hanged on a tree,
The fifth Lenormand card.
To chase (an animal or person) up a tree.
1897, (w) ''et al.'' (eds.), ''Encyclopaedia of Sport'', London: Lawrence & Bullen, Volume I, p. 599,https://archive.org/details/encyclopaediaofs01suff
- When hunted it jaguar takes refuge in trees, and this habit is well known to hunters, who pursue it with dogs and pot it when treed.
To place in a tree.
''Black bears can tree their cubs for protection, but grizzly bears cannot.''
To place upon a tree; to fit with a tree; to stretch upon a tree.
1930, (w), ''(w)'', New York: Alfred A. Knopf, Chapter 14, p. 165,https://archive.org/details/maltesefalcon01hamm
- Two suits and an overcoat hung in the closet over three pairs of carefully treed shoes.
To take refuge in a tree.