Christmas tree

  1. medium to tall fir of western North America having a conic crown and branches in tiers; leaves smell of orange when crushed
  2. tall timber tree of central and southern Europe having a regular crown and grey bark
  3. an ornamented evergreen used as a Christmas decoration
  4. a terrestrial evergreen shrub or small tree of western Australia having brilliant yellow-orange flowers; parasitic on roots of grasses
  5. Australian tree or shrub with red flowers; often used in Christmas decoration
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How To Use Christmas tree In A Sentence

  • If you've got one of its skunky previous DVD editions, it's time to turn that turkey into a Christmas tree ornament and take a step up in quality.
  • It's heartening to know that not all Mexicans are in thrall to the mighty Christmas tree and still put up nacimientos in their homes! OK! Now that I know . . . . . .
  • A commercial Christmas tree starts out like any other conifer, but the tips of both its leader and lateral branches are clipped off.
  • Christmas Allegedly Christmas tree first appeared in ancient Rome in mid-December Saturnalia, the German missionary Nikos in the 8th century AD, dedicated to El Ni?o using P-trees.
  • The last of the turkey has been demolished, the new toys lie in a corner and the Christmas tree is shedding its needles at a rate of knots.
  • Most famous of his costume wardrobe was his Yuletide disguise as a full Christmas tree complete with lights.
  • The plantation produces both conifers and deciduous trees for the Christmas tree and landscape markets.
  • Mr Short says Barnfield accepts Christmas trees, cardboard boxes and electrical appliances, along with glass bottles and drink cans.
  • It was a cosy atmosphere inside Coffee Pot, which was decked up with balloons, festoons and buntings, besides a decorated Christmas tree and crib set.
  • the crowning star on a Christmas tree
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