treelike in size and form.
Thus passed the leafy time when arborescence seems to be the one thing aimed at out of doors.
Tess of the d’Urbervilles Thomas Hardy
It is not a blotting out—it is a polishing, it is an arborescence, it is an efflorescence, it is an irradiation.
New Tabernacle Sermons Thomas De Witt Talmage
having the shape or characteristics of a tree
arborescent ar·bo·res·cent (är’bə-rěs’ənt)
treelike in size and form. Historical Examples Two heaths of arborescent growth and a whortleberry cover large tracts on the mountains. Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 17, Slice 3 Various The sierras of the Buenos Aires province have no arborescent vegetation. The Argentine Republic Pierre Denis I picked up the flowers of an arborescent Hibiscus, […]
a tree. noun the US spelling of arbour noun a rotating shaft in a machine or power tool on which a milling cutter or grinding wheel is fitted a rotating shaft or mandrel on which a workpiece is fitted for machining (metallurgy) a part, piece, or structure used to reinforce the core of a mould […]
a plot of land on which many different trees or shrubs are grown for study or display. Historical Examples Well, to-morrow we can go to see them; in the arboretum at the foot of the big Monterey pine. Insect Stories Vernon L. Kellogg Including the arboretum, their total area did not then exceed 11 acres. […]
the cultivation of trees and shrubs. Historical Examples And I am not at all angry because you sing us the same old song about the English ploughs and arboriculture and silviculture. Dona Perfecta B. Perez Galdos He has not lived in vain, for he is a tree planter and believes in arboriculture. Seed Dispersal William […]