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redwood

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Plants
redwoodred‧wood /ˈredwʊd/ noun [countable, uncountable] 🔊 🔊 HBPa very tall tree that grows in California and Oregon, or the wood from this tree
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redwoodIt was about the idea that a redwood was somehow sacred, that its fundamental identity should remain beyond our control.They sat together at the end of his redwood picnic table.Born in 1921, Rabbit first learned to surf on a huge redwood board.In any discussion of California trees, attention must be paid to the incredible redwoods.Normally the crowns of redwoods are so densely foliated that you are not able to see the sky.The state of California would spend another $ 130 million to buy the redwood groves.On the redwood table nearby there was a letter from him but she kept her hands away from it.The redwood garden step was empty.
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