Examples of treetop in a Sentence
a view from the highest treetop
Recent Examples of treetop from the Web
Wright said the birds spook some of her friends, including one who fears a peacock will plop down on her head from the treetop.
But toucans reside in the treetops of Central and South America, the San Diego Zoo explains, not in the open hillsides of dreary Ireland.
Last month, Malashock oversaw rehearsals for his new production at his second-floor studio, where floor-to-ceiling windows frame green treetops and distant clouds.
Did Archaeopteryx primarily glide down from treetops?
The rest of Robinson’s final video showed treetops, the sky and a brief flash of the fleeing suspect.
Emerging elm flowers proved to be a great attractant for small groups of American goldfinches and house finches in the treetops.
And the depiction of the remote treetop viewing platform and lodge in Kenya’s Aberdare national park is certainly true.
Water laps the underside of historic bridges, and treetops and lampposts poke out of the brown, swirling Seine.
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TREETOP Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of treetop for English Language Learners
: the highest part of a tree
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