tree stump

  1. the base part of a tree that remains standing after the tree has been felled
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How To Use tree stump In A Sentence

  • grub up roots and tree stumps
  • Female Bornean tree hole frogs lay their eggs in the rotting holes of hollow tree stumps so that offspring can grow in a pool of water.
  • There was a large tree stump on top of it. Times, Sunday Times
  • There were already other children, no older than fifteen, already seated on logs and tree stumps, drinking their stew.
  • There he closed his eyes and invoked his magic, changing himself into a tree stump so that no one would recognize him.
  • The boys used an old tree stump as a target.
  • The area was full of tree stumps and held little interest for farmers.
  • He's a big fella, well over 6 feet, with hands the size of tree stumps, but still able to coax sweet sounds from a guitar.
  • The elder female sank down on a tree stump to rest, fanning herself with her hand.
  • He caught his foot on a tree stump at high speed, leaving him in severe pain with badly bruised and swollen toes and in doubt as to whether he could continue with the competition.
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