twiggery

noun twig·gery \ ˈtwigərē , -ri \

Definition of twiggery

plural -es
:all the twigs of a shrub or tree
  • this ailing tree was the only survivor … and so its twiggery had to accommodate the sparrows
  • —C. D. Stewart

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Origin and Etymology of twiggery

1twig + -ery


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