Recent Examples of sequoia from the Web
There is a wooded area with a pond, and the property has mature sequoia, Lebanon cedar and redwood trees, Mr. Hoyle said.
In 2014, after two years of drought, many sequoias began losing their needles.
Growers heaping fertilizer at the foot of a centuries-old sequoia tree, needlessly endangering it.
Leslie loves shades of green, so Kat included plenty of feather reed grass; laced the old fence with trumpet vines; and planted a big-leafed, spreading fatsia in the shade beneath the sequoia.
Through all of Butler’s basketball's coaching changes, Tyler Wideman has stood as tall and immovable as a sequoia.
The review included sweeping sites mostly in the West that are home to ancient cliff dwellings, towering sequoia trees, deep canyons or ocean habitats roamed by seals, whales and sea turtles.
Many Western landscapes, including Muir’s beloved sequoia groves, are adapted to wildfires.
The review raised alarm among conservationists who said protections could be lost for areas that are home to ancient cliff dwellings, towering sequoia trees, deep canyons and ocean habitats.
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Origin and Etymology of sequoia
First Known Use: circa 1866See Words from the same year
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Definition of sequoia for English Language Learners
: a very tall evergreen tree that grows in California
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