tree (part of speech: noun)
cypress, elm, rosewood, poplar, tamarack, mahogany, butternut, laurel, balsa, lemon, acacia, mulberry, cassia, dogwood, avocado, yew, redwood, banyan, balsam, mimosa, weeping willow, willow, mountain ash, pear, sycamore, hickory, cashew, pecan, orange, ebony, gum, lime, linden, teak, juniper, quince, oak, fir, sequoia, almond, palm, fig, peach, breadfruit, spruce, coconut, apple, chestnut, citron, larch, apricot, magnolia, ash, locust, alder, sandalwood, mangrove, papaya, cedar, aspen, elder, cottonwood, beech, cherry, pine, maple, tree, walnut, birch, ironwood
wood (part of speech: noun)
trees (part of speech: noun)
- Near its base tall eucalyptus trees swayed against the blue bay; and through their shifting leaves and branches I was able to make out the masts and sails of the lugger lying close under the hill. - "The Other Side of the Door", Lucia Chamberlain.
- Here stood one huge eucalyptus tree, that might have been used as a landmark for ships at sea had it been in the track of vessels. - "Annie o' the Banks o' Dee", Gordon Stables.
- He put the fiddle back in the bag and turned in his saddle to mark the location of the hut in his mind- there was a clump of eucalyptus trees just north of it. - "The Desert Fiddler", William H. Hamby.