deciduous

[ dih-sij-oo-uh s ]SEE DEFINITION OF deciduous

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Here and there also large cedars and other deciduous trees have grown up.

The trees are deciduous, and, as a rule, are not much troubled with pests.

The quaking aspen is the only deciduous tree that is abundant.

In this grow some of the deciduous fruits, corn, pumpkins, and grain.

The deciduous trees do not here grow as large as with us further to the south.

Deer and elk have deciduous horns—that is, horns that are shed annually.

They are from five to seven inches long, and are deciduous the third year.

Their leaves are deciduous, but adhere to the branches most of the year.

A few of them are deciduous, and all of the easiest culture.

There are no deciduous or hardwood trees, and but few hardwood shrubs.

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