deodar

[ UK /diːˈɒdɐ/ ]
NOUN
  1. tall East Indian cedar having spreading branches with nodding tips; highly valued for its appearance as well as its timber
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How To Use deodar In A Sentence

  • On our walk, multi-hued birds fluttered overhead in the green forest and deodar trees tall as totems from some pantheon of forest gods vied with the pines to needle the sky.
  • The tree can be seen growing in cool pockets of deodar forest as well.
  • Just below the cottage, amid towering deodars and blue pines, is a large rock.
  • Can you get me the deodar wood for such carvings?
  • We arrived in Ranikhet, located 1,830 m above sea level, encircled by tall pine trees and soaring deodars, commanding views of the Himalayas glistening white in the distance.
  • That was a sign of heavy rain In the foot-hills and beyond, for the deodar is a strong tree, not easily shaken from the hillsides. Soldiers Three
  • The road to Gulmarg is lined first with willows and then deodars as we climb.
  • There are deodar forests and donkey carts, smoke-cured villages, ancient petroglyphs and souvenir vendors.
  • Two blue spruces were growing in Joubert Park, together with a ‘smooth-leaved holly bush, a golden cypress, a deodar, a magnificent lime, well-known to the European countryside, and one of the finest oaks in the city, 65 feet high’.
  • That was a sign of heavy rain in the foot-hills and beyond, for the deodar is a strong tree, not easily shaken from the hillsides. Indian Tales
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