Recent Examples of sycamore from the Web
My attention returned to the pointing limb of the large sycamore tree as the Lewis’s woodpecker landed at the tip.
Amid the fighting, a young sycamore growing beside the bridge withstood the crossfire.
Rooms are done in cream-colored English sycamore wood and fabrics in neutral tones, and have marble bathrooms and soaking tubs.
The tree species include bald cypress, tulip and sycamore, all native trees.
Lilly would love to have a piece of the table or the sycamore tree it was nailed to.
Three rows of sycamore trees line the area—just a small fraction of the 1,250 trees planted in Sportsman Park to provide shade, some respite from the oppressive late-morning Arizona heat.
Just one mile from Killin’s center, Finlarig Castle stands nearly invisible, hidden by a century’s worth of birch and sycamore trees.
After several months of research and developing designs, Kroner built his tree house 45 feet up in the air straddled between a sycamore and tulip poplar.
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Origin and Etymology of sycamore
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