Examples of treetop in a Sentence
a view from the highest treetop
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To stop construction, these two holdout protesters took to treetop camps near Peters Mountain, close to the Virginia and West Virginia border.
Yet nobody was able to reach Elizabeth and Philip, still gazing at the wildlife from the treetop hotel in Kenya.
In Cahuita, where the coastal national park draws tourists looking for sloths snoozing in the treetops and howler monkeys leaping through the forest, the sea has already consumed slabs of beach and is starting to menace the sleepy town.
Terrace balconies and floor-to-ceiling windows take full advantage of endless treetop views.
As soon as the Terrys descended from the treetops on Saturday, MVP crews reportedly appeared with chainsaws.
In daylight, though, buses that graze the treetops release pink-faced tourists in search of AC and cheap made-to-measure clothing onto the old town’s outskirts.
Rae watches her swaying ponytail and hears wind in the treetops.
Atmospheric shots of treetops waving against a gray sky; blue light and bunker minimalism; hazmat suits and deadly lakes—the environment of The Rain is a gorgeous poem.
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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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