Definition of Treetop

1. Noun. The upper branches and leaves of a tree or other plant.

Exact synonyms: Crown
Generic synonyms: Top
Group relationships: Tree
Specialized synonyms: Capitulum



Definition of Treetop

1. Noun. The crown or uppermost branches of a tree ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Treetop

1. the top of a tree [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Treetop

treeology
treepie
treepies
trees of heaven
treescape
treescapes
treesful
treeship
treeships
treeshrew
treeshrews
treespace
treestand
treestands
treetop (current term)
treetops
treetrunk
treetrunks
treeward
treeware
treewidth
tref
trefa
trefah
trefentanil
trefoil
trefoil arch
trefoil dermatitis
trefoil knot

Literary usage of Treetop

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1. The Tree Book: A Popular Guide to a Knowledge of the Trees of North America by Julia Ellen Rogers (1905)
"From the path below I can just touch its lower limb with the ten-foot pruning shears; but by climbing the bluff I walk right into the treetop. ..."

2. All About Animals Around the World by Lisa Vitarisi Mathews (2005)
"Children will use these to sponge paint a treetop. 2. ... Once children have completed their treetop, they set the picture aside and allow the paint to dry. ..."

3. History of the City of Columbus, Capital of Ohio by Alfred Emory Lee, W.W. Munsell & Co (1892)
"the Professor told me to got out the next time we struck an ash treetop in which we had been ... It was made, and when in the treetop, pretty well used up, ..."

4. The Junior Highway to English: A Textbook for the Seventh and Eighth Years by Charles Henshaw Ward, Harold Young Moffett (1922)
"... from Hickory Hollow, made a flying visit to treetop today. ... treetop last night on his record-breaking flight from Florida to Canada. ..."

5. Holidays & Celebrations: How to Make Books W/Children by Joy Evans, Jill Norris (1997)
"Glue the treetop to the construction paper and draw the trunk. Glue the writing form next to the tree. Writing Suggestions Trees are homes to many different ..."

6. Wild Pastures by Winthrop Packard (1909)
"Then from a treetop in the open comes a sort of surprised ejaculation, as if some one said, " Why, bless me! It is morning already," and then a burst of ..."

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