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Alternative clues for the word alders

Birch-family trees

Trees with catkins

Members of the birch family

Charcoal wood sources

Birch relatives

Catkin bearers

Birch family trees

Hazel relatives

Trees of the birch family

Certain birches

Birch-family members

Drug-yielding plants

Thicket trees

Birches kin

Trees that grow in wetlands

Their wood is used for bridges

Trees used in making cabinets

Rot-resistant woods

Deciduous trees

Word definitions for alders in dictionaries

Wiktionary Word definitions in Wiktionary
n. (plural of alder English)

Wikipedia Word definitions in Wikipedia
Alders is a surname. People with that name include: Hans Alders (born 1952), Dutch politician Jacky Alders (born 1956), Belgian sprint canoer who competed in the 1976 Summer Olympics Jay Alders (born 1973), American fine artist, photographer and graphic...

Usage examples of alders.

But I sat down on a great log that the spring floods had driven in through the alders to feel the meaning of the place, if possible, and to have the vast sweet solitude all to myself for a little while.

I had gone nearly through the alders, following the course of a little brook and stealing along without a sound, when behind me I heard the kingfisher coming above the alders, rattling as if possessed, klrrr, klrrr, klrrr-ik-ik-ik!

But the next day when I came to the place, creeping along the upper edge of the alders so as to make no noise, the pool was clear and quiet, as if nothing but the little trout that hid under the foam bubbles had ever disturbed its peace.

My eye was glancing along the sights when a sudden movement in the alders on the shore, above and beyond the unconscious head of Chigwooltz the frog, spared him for a little season to his lily pads and his minnow hunting.

I passed the line to Simmo, the better to use my glasses, and was scanning the alders sharply, when a cry of wonder came from the Indian.

She sat on a seat under the alders in the cricket-ground, and fronted the evening.

The river bed wound its way through high-standing firs and tattered alders, but after a little time the embankment fell away and a sparse forest became their only cover.

Poplars and alders ever quivering played, And nodding cypress formed a fragrant shade, On whose high branches, waving with the storm, The birds of broadest wing their mansions form The chough, the sea-mew, the loquacious crow And scream aloft and skim the deeps below.