Definition of 'sycamore'
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Example sentences containing 'sycamore'
A little farther away, he caught sight of Yoller, leaning unsteadily against the trunk of a small sycamore.THE ANCIENT AND SOLITARY REIGN (2001)
It fell into the massive boughs of a sycamore tree, which was large enough to hold the car, nose down, in its branches.COLDHEART CANYON (2001)
They both gasp at the sight of the great circular cloud of blue, white and gold lying under the spindly saplings and old sycamore trees.SEA MUSIC (2001)
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