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tree-lined

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Definition of tree-lined in English:

adjective

(Of a road, path, etc.) having a row of trees on either side: he lives in a modest home on a tree-lined street in Richmond
More example sentences
  • He and Barbara share a modest split-level home in a tree-lined suburban block in the northern suburbs of Cincinnati.
  • Situated in a scenic valley surrounded by picturesque mountains, Medellin is a city of lush parks and tree-lined boulevards.
  • Our chase continued for perhaps a mile or more, until we found ourselves flying up a wide, rising road, tree-lined on both sides.

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