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synonyms for alpines

  • cedar
  • pine
  • conifer
  • douglas
  • wood
  • alpine
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How to use alpines in a sentence

An exposure to north or east and the cool backing of a mass of earth is just what most Alpines delight in.
WOOD AND GARDENGERTRUDE JEKYLL
Silk hats, Derbies, and Alpines or soft-felt hats should never be brushed with a whisk broom.
THE COMPLETE BACHELORWALTER GERMAIN
They should be placed eighteen inches from the path, well behind your Snowdrops, Crocuses, and dwarf Alpines.
THE CHILDREN'S BOOK OF GARDENINGMRS. ALFRED SIDGWICK
When Alpines came face to us, we go all back to retreat, but they not come to mined spot and didn't all bust up.
THE HEART OF PINOCCHIOCOLLODI NIPOTE
So our colonel had marvelous plan—he had huge mine dug and thought to blow up Alpines to bust them all up.
THE HEART OF PINOCCHIOCOLLODI NIPOTE
Where the rockery is in the shade, no overhanging trees must be near, if choice Alpines are expected to live there.
SMALL GARDENSVIOLET PURTON BIDDLE
The gentians look very well on rockwork, but like a stronger soil than most alpines, loam suiting them best.
SMALL GARDENSVIOLET PURTON BIDDLE
In a word, the exploits of Costecalde were limited to excursions among the Alpines.
TARTARIN ON THE ALPSALPHONSE DAUDET
They almost alarm me when I am dividing violas, and trifling with Alpines.
LAST WORDSJULIANA HORATIA EWING
Many, too, are rare species in both countries and are often alpines.
ISLAND LIFEALFRED RUSSEL WALLACE
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