Examples of bamboo in a Sentence
Bamboo grows in the grove near the house.
We cut down some bamboos.
Recent Examples of bamboo from the Web
Wrapped in bamboo or lotus leaves, the rice is mixed with flavors that vary by region.
At the bottom of the mass of people and bamboo and fabric was Samen Kondorura, Berta's 40-year-old son.
The sheet masks are $7 each, made with bamboo, and come in three different varieties: Aqua (hydrating), Tea Tree (mattifying), and Honey (soothing).
Certainly poisonous plants, like certain types of lilies, daisies and azaleas, pose a much bigger threat than nontoxic plants, like roses, bamboo or baby’s breath.
But her furry co-star was in a nature preserve half a world away, presumably looking for bamboo.
The bamboo carts remain, but these days its cargo is mostly tourists riding the tracks for fun.
Sheng will not see the British bankers in their navy suits, nor the tall Australians at Stanley market shopping the stalls for silk slippers and bamboo plants.
Citrus picks will switch from plastic to bamboo starting July 16.
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BAMBOO Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of bamboo for English Language Learners
: a tall plant with hard hollow stems that are used for building and to make furniture, tools, etc.
BAMBOO Defined for Kids
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