tree trunk

  1. the main stem of a tree; usually covered with bark; the bole is usually the part that is commercially useful for lumber
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  • The tree trunk was hollow inside.
  • Weeping bedsores covered his body, and his tree trunk-like legs were riddled with blood clots. The Sun
  • Emergent species like the strangler fig (Ficus dugandii) may reach heights of over 60 m while very abundant epiphytes such as Araceae sp and Cyclanthaceae sp. cover the lower parts of tree trunks and ferns help make up the dense understory. Western Ecuador moist forests
  • A mourning cloak butterfly flew up from a tree trunk in the sunshine where it was basking.
  • Minimalists will love the temple stone garden in which sawn tree trunks weave a path through unadorned gravel.
  • For twenty years Joe has weighed, marked, and released flying squirrels that enter live traps attached to tree trunks.
  • For example, ground birds can usually only walk horizontally on the ground whereas woodpeckers climb up and down vertically on tree trunks.
  • Push short lengths of candy cane into the base of the triangles to make tree trunks. Times, Sunday Times
  • The biggest obstacle in our way was a tree trunk in the road.
  • We came to a stream and crossed it on a tree trunk some one had flattened with an adze.
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