Recent Examples of frond from the Web
There's some green very close to the center of fronds.
The teacher takes notice and points to the top of the tree, where Princess' monkey is alone among the fronds.
Garnish with an orange slice and two pineapple fronds.
In the meantime, the Center reports that Eve has become an avid nest-builder, arranging her blankets and shredding palm fronds each night to create a warm, cozy bed.
By early afternoon, the road was passable, but only barely, as it was littered with appliances, street signs, trash bins, coconuts, coolers and countless palm fronds.
To see a traditional kish hut freshly built each year from palm fronds and arrowweed, head to the leafy patio of this museum dedicated to the area’s indigenous tribe.
The arecas are indeed wonderful screens, but some are doing a bit too well, shading out other plants, dropping loads of dead fronds, and encroaching on pavement.
For the holidays, Nicol removed crystals from the dining-room chandelier and replaced them with green fronds, silvery vines, white and crimson silk blossoms, and tea lights.
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First Known Use: 1785See Words from the same year
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