silver maple

NOUN
  1. a common North American maple tree; five-lobed leaves are light green above and silvery white beneath; source of hard close-grained but brittle light-brown wood
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How To Use silver maple In A Sentence

  • Silver maple and English walnut are examples of trees that can be damaged by sun scald in summer, but not during winter, when they are completely defoliated anyway.
  • Mack aimed carefully and plock ed the stone off the trunk of the silver maple. FAMILY PICTURES
  • Other common names: The silver maple is sometimes known as _soft maple_ or _white maple_. Studies of Trees
  • In the marshes and stream banks are green dragon, blue flag irises, swamp white oak, silver maple, bladder nut, poison ivy, bulrush, and willow.
  • Mack aimed carefully and plock ed the stone off the trunk of the silver maple. FAMILY PICTURES
  • The ball would spin or dribble down the lawn and stop a few feet away from the silver maple.
  • Mack aimed carefully and plock ed the stone off the trunk of the silver maple. FAMILY PICTURES
  • There were twenty-one poplars, silver maples and white birch and a large number of saplings and brush removed.
  • Silver maple and catalpa aren't the best choices because they're soft and break easily.
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