[ US /ˈsæpɫɪŋ/ ]
[ UK /sˈæplɪŋ/ ]
  1. young tree
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How To Use sapling In A Sentence

  • With such a short growing season, 200-year-old trees look like saplings.
  • Huts, fences and palisades are often fashioned from saplings and shoots, and basketry is thus commingled with comforting notions of home, security and comfort.
  • Jim Hart, a man of singular height and thinness, whom Sol disrespectfully called the "Saplin '" -- that is, the sapling, a slim young tree -- was doing the cooking. The Forest Runners A Story of the Great War Trail in Early Kentucky
  • The saplings have been planted in a circle so that they will form an arbour.
  • The brushier the cover is, the better: dense stands of softwoods, hardwood sapling thickets, tangled alder bottoms, even tall CRP fields. Make a Trail to Bring Buck Whitetails to You
  • They both gasp at the sight of the great circular cloud of blue, white and gold lying under the spindly saplings and old sycamore trees. SEA MUSIC
  • As indicators of insect and mammalian resistance we conducted bioassays to measure the performance of a geometrid moth, Epirrita autumnata, and counted the amount of resin droplets on the shoot of the saplings, respectively.
  • Then she laughed, and crouched, and picked up in her good hand a blacksnake as tall as a sapling and as thick as a ship's rope. AMERICAN GODS
  • Whereas in the case of saplings planted in a house with the wholehearted co-operation of the house owner, the chances of survival are better.
  • Because of the many small, semi-open bogs and areas of saplings, the forests are highly fragmented.
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