a treelike appearance in a vertical section of the cerebellum, due to the arrangement of the white and gray nerve tissues.
It is easy to remember that lignum vitae is one of the hardest woods and arbor vitae one of the softest.
Outdoor Sports and Games Claude H. Miller
I am going into the garden and walk to the arbor vitae hedge.
Bee and Butterfly Lucy Foster Madison
From this a straight avenue bordered by arbor vitae trees, conducts to a square plot of ground enclosed by low posts and chains.
Camps, Quarters and Casual Places Archibald Forbes
Another species of arbor vitae is Thuja orientalis, known also as Biota orientalis.
Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 2, Slice 4 Various
The forest was rich, warm with the scent of pine, of arbor vitae.
The Day of the Beast Zane Grey
So the march began, through the great forests of arbor vitae and along those rugged, barren coasts.
The Radio Boys’ Search for the Inca’s Treasure Gerald Breckenridge
We require an infusion of hemlock, spruce or arbor vitae in our tea.
Walking Henry David Thoreau
It was planted in 1896, and is formed of thick hedges of arbor vitae, about a thousand shrubs being employed.
Mazes and Labyrinths W. H. Matthews
These are much shorter than the needles of the pines but are longer than the leaves of the red cedar or arbor vitae.
Studies of Trees Jacob Joshua Levison
any of several Asian and North American evergreen coniferous trees of the genera Thuja and Thujopsis, esp Thuja occidentalis, having tiny scalelike leaves and egglike cones See also red cedar
type of evergreen shrub, 1660s, name given by French physician and botanist Charles de Lécluse (1525-1609), Latin, literally “tree of life.” Also used in late 18c. rogue’s slang as a cant word for “penis.”
any of several ornamental or timber-producing evergreen trees belonging to the genus Thuja, of the cypress family, native to North America and eastern Asia, having a scaly bark and scalelike leaves on branchlets. Anatomy, .
adjective (literary) resembling a tree wooded
of or relating to trees; treelike. Also, arboreous. living in or among trees. Zoology. adapted for living and moving about in trees, as the limbs and skeleton of opossums, squirrels, monkeys, and apes. Historical Examples But such a conception leaves unexplained the great differences between monkeys and gibbons in arboreal and terrestrial activity. The Outline […]
furnished with an . lined with trees; shaded. Historical Examples It was after this that we stumbled on the arbored bungalow, and bought it in fifteen minutes. The Smiling Hill-Top Julia M. Sloane One had to stoop to enter that arbored, leaf encircled nest through which the sun fell like a dappled pattern on the […]