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Alternative clues for the word tree

Math diagram

Genealogist's work


Shoe support


It's better known for its bark than its bite

Pin down, in a way

Christmas centerpiece

Pecan or poplar

Genealogist's handiwork

Leaves' home

Elder or alder


Mahogany or maple

Shade giver

Kind of diagram

Arbor Day honoree

Cherry or apple

Birch or larch

Genealogical chart

Chestnut or walnut

Genealogy chart

Arboretum item

Tarzan's home

Genealogy display

Kind of toad

Elder, for one

Gum or plum, e.g.

Site for a swing

Sloth's home

Shoe insert

Keep from escaping

Genealogical work

Ebony or mahogany

Golfer's obstacle

Relative diagram

Logic diagram

Shoe stiffener

It may require surgery

It has a bark but no bite

Kind of squirrel

Swing site

Shade provider

Lemur's hangout

Squirrel's home

Branch site

Branch headquarters?

Family map

Apple or maple

Arboreal creature with sticky feet

One may undergo surgery

Ring site

With 7-Down, it's seen on some trunks

Chart with many lines

Hammock's attachment

Beech or birch

Orchard unit

Place to find dates

Family portrait, of sorts

Part of a windbreak, maybe

Pecan or walnut

Bring to bay

Part of a copse

Shoe shaper

Pedigree shower

Birch or beech

Every family has one

Peach or beech

Walnut or willow

Sequoia, for one

See 51-Across

Christmas ___

Center of a Christmas display

Alder or elder

Nursery offering

Koala's hangout

Leaves home?

Arboretum sight

Ancestry record

Cheshire cat's hangout

Elm or oak

Place for a knot

Lumber source

Branch location

Elder, e.g.

Forest unit

Palm, e.g.

Apple or pear, e.g.

Arborist's concern

Elm or elder

Nest site

Plum or gum

Ring bearer

Sycamore or cypress

Brazil, for one

Genealogical diagram

Olive or apple

Trap, in a way

Logician's drawing

Place for a house

Thing depicted by this puzzle's circled letters

Home for a 28-Across

Decision-making diagram

See 89-Down

Thing hidden in each of the movie names in this puzzle

Bird's home

Cheshire cat's place

Possessor of many rings

One leaving in the spring

Ring holder

Peach or apple

Fig or fir

Back into a corner

See 57-Across

___ of Souls, Na'vi temple in "Avatar"

Pistachio or almond

See 53-Across

Dendrologist's subject

Word with family or fruit

Almond or pecan

Key of Chopin's "Polonaise-Fantaisie"

Kind of surgeon

See 93-Across

Arborist's study

Put in a difficult spot

Orange or olive

Site of many a cat rescue

A state symbol

Focus for an arborist

I ___ Tenori

Certain diagram

___ of life (part of 70-Across)


See 9-Across

Home of some frogs

Tire swing site

Yew, too

Obstacle for a golfer

Image in the Timberland logo

Bay, for one

Genealogical drawing

Word with family or shoe

Decision-maker's drawing

Tag base, perhaps

Bay, say ... or bring to bay

Coat rack

___ rings

Knot holder

Symbol on the state flag of Maine or South Carolina

It can be sappy

See 40-Down

Part of a canopy

Rare sight on a steppe

39-Across, e.g.

Plum or pear

Gallows ___

Arborist's focus

Obstacle for a drone

Larch or birch

Evolutionary diagram

Balsa or balsam

Nursery item

Part of a grove

Sequoia, e.g.

See 37-Across

See 128-Across

Word with family or Christmas

Skier's obstacle

Peach or walnut

Logician's chart

Playhouse locale, perhaps

Oak or elm

Olive or avocado

Redwood or dogwood

A figure that branches from a single root

English actor and theatrical producer noted for his lavish productions of Shakespeare (1853-1917)

Includes both gymnosperms and angiosperms

A tall perennial woody plant having a main trunk and branches forming a distinct elevated crown

Family ___

Cedar or cypress

Eurydice's abode

What Daphne became

Dryad's home

Sassafras, e.g.

___ of heaven (ailanthus)

Cade or titi

Sycamore, e.g.

Laurel or holly

Horseradish of E. Indies

Sapota or encina

Blue gum, e.g.

Family or shoe follower

Shoe or family follower


Family pedigree

Aye-aye's home

Hornbeam, e.g.

Shoe accessory

Deodar or baobab

Kind of house

Shoe saver

Catalpa or paulownia

Poplar, e.g.

Aspen, e.g.

Kilmer subject

See 11 Down

Daphne became one

Item for some surgeons

Tupelo or tamarack

You can't hear its bark

Lignum vitae, e.g.

Bumbo or ombu

In Erin it's ever green?

Catalpa or ceiba

Ginkgo, for one

"Don't sit under the apple ___"

Almond or olive

Ash or palm

Brooklyn rarity?

Leopard's perch

Cork, e.g.

Hall or family follower

Mahogany, for one

Diomate, e.g.

Pine, e.g.

MAYten or MAYeng

Playhouse site

Ombu or poon

Bo or ti

Sapling, e.g.

Hammock holder

Ash or aspen

Puka or upas

Wicopy, e.g.

Titi or sapota

Olive or peach

Growth in Eden

Persea or poon

Gingko or baobab

Ash or elm

Tupelo or ginkgo

Banyan, e.g.

Baobab or banyan

Robin's refuge

Oxford's form preserver

Dita or dilo

Maple or fir

Item for a dendrologist

Cat's haven, sometimes

Chimp's nesting place

Hackmatack or tamarack

Kind of house or frog

Shoe preserver

Word with hat or shoe

Cycad or loquat

Baobab, e.g.

Place for a small house

Balsam, e.g.

Clothes hanger

Cobbler's need

Arboreal locale

Logical diagram

Poon or roble

Tulip or tupelo

Family follower

Encephalartos, e.g.

Tulip or olive

Papaw or persea

Linden or quandong

Tupelo or tulip

Ceiba or cacao

Arboretum member

Devil's-walking-stick, e.g.

Persea or wicopy

Clothes or family follower

Tannenbaum, for one

Word with shoe or family

Kilmer's inspirer

Brooklyn developer

Eden's ___ of life

Tupelo or bay

Word with axle or shoe

Tupelo, for one

Locust or larch

Ash, e.g.

Cycad or poon

Kingwood, e.g.

Apple or walnut

Sapota or senecio

Loquat or cycad

Tamarack or tamarind

Elm or fir

Dilo or dita

Its bark is silent

Kilmer's delight

Redbud, e.g.

Ombu or dilo

What Kilmer couldn't make

Algarroba or arboret

Rowan, e.g.

Place for shoes or ornaments

Christmas or shoe follower

Gateado or diomate

Ceiba or ipil

Rustler's final "hangout"

Forbidden fruit's source

Arbor Day plant

Red bay or sweet bay

Walnut or tulip, e.g.


Eucalyptus or gingko

Hercules'-club is one

Lemon or lime

Kind of toad or frog

Arboret, e.g.

Monkey puzzle, e.g.

Red oak, e.g.

Sir Herbert Beerbohm ___

Ocote or persea

Yule cynosure

Item not found on a tundra

Word with clothes or shoe

Locust, e.g.

Acacia or tulip

Family lineage

Hazel or walnut

Yuletide cynosure

Catalpa, e.g.

Hat holder

Bay or bring to bay

Joshua, e.g.

Roble or wicopy

Monkey puzzle

White pine, state ___ of Michigan

Place where money doesn't grow

Eucalyptus or ailanthus

"Liberty ___," ballad by Thomas Paine

The steppes don't have one

Brown creepers creep on this

Tamarack or ginkgo

Hat or shoe follower

Part of a motte

E. Field's "The Sugarplum ___"

Sugarplum or lemon

Ginkgo, e.g.

Ailanthus, e.g.

Famed English actor-manager

Shoe follower

Osier or ombu

Brooklyn's debt to Eden

Evolutionary chart

Lineage depiction

Spruce or bay

Dendrologist's concern

Upas or yamanai

Catalpa, for one

Aspen or linden


Pine or palm

Loquat or ocote

Hamadryad's be-all and end-all

Sweet bay, e.g.

Place for a hat or a shoe

Kind of sparrow or swallow

Liberty ___

Teil or carob

Palm or pine

Aspen or alder

Joshua, for one

Hazel or pecan

Baobab, for one

Avocado or algarroba

Olive or pear

Tupelo, e.g.

Catalpa or elm

Teak, for one

House or surgeon

Ginkgo or ash

Kilmer's love

Hat or shoe

Shoe or family

Juniper or hemlock

Family record

Clothes or Christmas

Pine, for one

Linden or ash

Larch or loblolly

Elm or spruce

"Go climb a ___"

Family or shoe

Honey locust, e.g.

Bumbo or cacao

Ginkgo or hornbeam

Mirage on a tundra

English actor-manager: 1853–1917


Banyan or baobab

Ash or rowan

Deodar, e.g.

Baobab or gingko

Sylvan plant

Pear or apple

Aspen, for one

Dita or poon

Oxford insert

Inspiration for Kilmer

Shoe insertion

Word definitions for tree in dictionaries

Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English Word definitions in Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
noun COLLOCATIONS FROM OTHER ENTRIES a Christmas tree (= a decorated tree that people have in their homes at Christmas ) ▪ Put the gifts under the Christmas tree. a tree loses/sheds its leaves (= the leaves come off the tree ) ▪ Most trees shed their leaves...

The Collaborative International Dictionary Word definitions in The Collaborative International Dictionary
Tree \Tree\ (tr[=e]), n. [OE. tree, tre, treo, AS. tre['o], tre['o]w, tree, wood; akin to OFries. tr[=e], OS. treo, trio, Icel. tr[=e], Dan. tr[ae], Sw. tr["a], tr["a]d, Goth. triu, Russ. drevo, W. derw an oak, Ir. darag, darog, Gr. dry^s a tree,...

Wiktionary Word definitions in Wiktionary
n. 1 A large plant, not exactly defined, but typically over four meters in height, a single trunk which grows in girth with age and branches (which also grow in circumference with age). 2 Any plant that is reminiscent of the above but not classified as...

Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary Word definitions in Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
Old English treo , treow "tree" (also "timber, wood, beam, log, stake"), from Proto-Germanic *treuwaz- (cognates: Old Frisian tre , Old Saxon trio , Old Norse tre , Gothic triu "tree"), from PIE *drew-o- , from *deru- "oak" (cognates: Sanskrit dru "tree,...

WordNet Word definitions in WordNet
n. a tall perennial woody plant having a main trunk and branches forming a distinct elevated crown; includes both gymnosperms and angiosperms a figure that branches from a single root; "genealogical tree" [syn: tree diagram ] English actor and theatrical...

Wikipedia Word definitions in Wikipedia
In computer science , a tree is a widely used abstract data type (ADT)—or data structure implementing this ADT—that simulates a hierarchical tree structure , with a root value and subtrees of children with a parent node, represented as a set of linked nodes...

Usage examples of tree.

In their aberration they believed it was worth their while to break all the barriers of perception, even if they had to become trees to do that.

Moreover, thou sayest it that the champions of the Dry Tree, who would think but little of an earl for a leader, are eager to follow me: and if thou still doubt what this may mean, abide, till in two days or three thou see me before the foeman.

He was almost convinced that reducing a tree to lumber expunged whatever might be abiding within when he saw the long, hooked tongue emerge from the wall behind the bed.

The daylight trees of July are signs of common beauty, common freshness, and a mystery familiar and abiding as night and day.

Why, Abigail could best nearly any boy in the county at what were deemed masculine pursuits: hunting, riding and climbing trees.

Ottomans and center of the silk trade, its quiet, declining streets abloom with minarets and cypress trees.

As to them of the Dry Tree, though some few of them abode in the kingdom, and became great there, the more part of them went back to the wildwood and lived the old life of the Wood, as we had found them living it aforetime.

She knew she could not scale a blank seven-foot wall fast enough to save herself, especially not with one stingingly abraded hand, so she studied the trees as she ran.

Then he walked out through the pecan trees in front of the house where Antonio stood waiting with the horses and they stood for a moment in a wordless abrazo and then he mounted up into the saddle and turned the horse into the road.

A hogshead of ale was abroach under an oak, and a fire was blazing in an open space before the trees to roast the fat deer which the foresters brought.

Tim had always found himself especially attuned to the deserted charms of Candie Gardens in winter, enjoying the bare traceries of the trees and the widened harbour view, the few points of colour against the monochrome background - the red and pink of the camellias near the top gate, the hanging yellow bells of the winter-flowering abutilon with their red clappers, even the iridescence of the mallard drake circling the largest of the ponds with his speckled mate.

The rotor wash whipped at Abies as the helicopter turned above, then dipped sharply down behind the tree cover and disappeared.

Surprisingly, Ace found plenty of dry wood under the thick growth of trees.

There were his irrigation boots and a spade for cutting water out of the Acequia del Monte into his back field, or into his apple and plum trees, or into his garden.

The trees had the thickest of canopies, stunningly clothed in the reds and golds and russets of their autumn canopies: I spent many an hour while Achates slept in my arms watching their seductive dancing against the sky.