Definition of Streamsides
1. streamside [n] - See also: streamside
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Streamsides
Literary usage of Streamsides
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Flora of Oxfordshire: Being a Topographical and Historical Account of by George Claridge Druce (1886)
"Ditches, streamsides, marshes, etc. Common in all the districts. ... streamsides. Very rare. B. Aug., Sept. First record, the Author, see Rep. of Ree. ..."
2. Testing Criteria and Indicators for the Sustainable Management of Forests by Ravi Prabhu (1996)
"G: Harvesting machinery must not enter streamsides except at designated and designed stream ... G: Lop and top are not being pushed into streamsides (SA). ..."
3. Environmental Performance Reviews by Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, United Nations Economic Commission for Europe. Committee on Environmental Policy (2006)
"... roadside verges and streamsides. which are being dominated by tall, competitive plants associated with nutrient-rich conditions (Table 5.3i. ..."
4. Our National Parks by John Muir (1901)
"streamsides it grows tall and slender with ascend* ing branches, making graceful arrowy spires fifty to seventy-five feet high, with stems only five or six ..."
5. Useful wild plants of the United States and Canada by Charles Francis Saunders (1920)
"... M. piperita) is a common escape in damp ground and by streamsides throughout the country. In the Southwest the leaves, under the name of Yerba Buena, ..."
6. The Bookworm: An Illustrated Treasury of Old-time Literature (1893)
"It is a compact little volume, like good Isaac Walton himself, in its lustiness and ability to enjoy itself by streamsides. Its very diminutiveness is of ..."