[ UK /tɹˈiːləs/ ]
[ US /ˈtɹiɫəs/ ]
  1. not wooded
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How To Use treeless In A Sentence

  • The route thither is hedgeless and treeless — I need not add deserted. A Changed Man
  • The landscape is treeless and mountainous, deeply cut with fjords and sounds along whose shores nucleated villages lie surrounded by fields and pastures.
  • The palm-tree groves and pedestrian walkways represent a welcome change from the mostly treeless parking lots elsewhere in the valley.
  • On June 2nd we crossed the last sand-ridge of the great northern desert, and before us spread the rolling gravel-covered undulations of sand, treeless except for an occasional beefwood or small clump of mulga, rolling away before us like a swelling ocean. Spinifex and Sand
  • When they first glimpsed Carmel, it reminded them of the Cornish coast (back then the area was treeless, still largely houseless, and windswept).
  • There are numerous side channels and grassy, treeless islands.
  • the bleak treeless regions of the high Andes
  • We usually arrived at the end of May, when the treeless tundra was still covered with snow.
  • North, tumbling and rolling toward the Yellowstone in alternate "swale" and ridge, the treeless, upland prairie stretches to the horizon. Custer's Last Battle
  • She was halfway across the treeless expanse when a heavy clop and a whinny broke the stillness. SCANDAL'S BRIDE
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