windbreak

[ UK /wˈɪndbɹe‍ɪk/ ]
NOUN
  1. hedge or fence of trees designed to lessen the force of the wind and reduce erosion
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How To Use windbreak In A Sentence

  • One important fall form of soil conservation is the used of windbreaks.
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  • I was shown some brave attempts to green the town and to get a windbreak going, but the real issue here is housing.
  • Use a windbreak to protect unclad limbs from chronic goosepimpling and to stake out your territory so that other families don't stray too close.
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  • Fitzgerald began by planting windbreaks of Monteray pine and cypress, sycamore and escallonia to protect an amazing collection of plants from the southern hemisphere.
  • In an exposed garden, it is worth putting up a temporary windbreak to protect the cuttings from drying winds.
  • I planted it as a windbreak, but now it has started to run wild, suckering, expanding and blocking out all other plants in its path.
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