Definition of Lindens

1. Noun. (plural of linden) ¹



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Definition of Lindens

1. linden [n] - See also: linden

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Lindens

lincosamides
lincosaminide O-nucleotidyltransferase
lincture
linctures
linctus
linctuses
lind
lindackerite
lindane
lindanes
lindbergite
linden
linden family
linden tree
lindens (current term)
lindera
linderas
lindgrenite
lindia
lindies
lindiform
lindorm
lindorms
lindqvistite
linds
lindsleyite
lindworm
lindworms
lindy

Literary usage of Lindens

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1. Poems: My Country, Wild Eden, The Players' Elegy, The North Shore Watch by George Edward Woodberry (1903)
"Bees in the lindens humming Melody three days old, " Midsummer coming, ... The green core ringing is, Rings the tiny blossomed gold, The lindens ring with ..."

2. Poems: My Country, Wild Eden, The Players' Elegy, The North Shore Watch by George Edward Woodberry (1903)
"BEES in the lindens booming In the green core, out of sight, ... Bees in the lindens humming Melody three days old, " Midsummer coming, coming, Autumn, ..."

3. Wild Eden by George Edward Woodberry (1899)
"XXVII BEES in the lindens booming In the green core, out of sight, In the lindens ... Bees in the lindens humming Melody three days old, " Midsummer coming, ..."

4. Vers de Société (1875)
"Had then the fairies given a treat Under the lindens ? I pondered long and could not tell What dainty ... Bees ! was it your hydromel Under the lindens ? ..."

5. Poems and Translations by William James Linton (1889)
"Underneath the lindens' shade, While the bees their music made, Simple love its measure got; Fond looks, honey'd kisses Well, Something more might be to ..."

6. The Tree Book: A Popular Guide to a Knowledge of the Trees of North America by Julia Ellen Rogers (1905)
"In classical literature and in folk lore the lindens have an honoured place. In the south of Europe the impressionable Greeks and Romans loved them for ..."

7. Historic Homes of New England by Mary Harrod Northend (1914)
"CHAPTER IV "THE lindens" NOWHERE in American history is there a colonial home more closely linked with England than is "The lindens ..."

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