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noun as in conifer

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This is a moral and legal imperative for us, and it is an evergreen priority.

As the last leaf of autumn floats to the ground, the burden of carrying the garden through the winter falls to evergreens.

This list includes deciduous and evergreen tree species found in cool climates down to warmer tropical latitudes.

An evergreen feature like this could open up further monetization opportunities, particularly around social commerce, once it is opened up to advertisers.

From Digiday

The Fifth is still essential listening because it carries an evergreen message of being unafraid to pursue the light during periods of darkness.

From Vox

In Europe, of course, memories of the Great War are evergreen.

Is the Evergreen state—and those that may follow—ready for the green light?

But despite millions in state funding and tax breaks, Evergreen shipped the bulk of its operations to China.

Often compared to Diane Von Furstenberg, it is regarded as an “evergreen” brand, and one largely unfazed by passing trends.

The president said that a BP “evergreen” escrow would be set up for claims and will be managed by a third party.

He went backwards, sailing through the air, to land in the evergreen bed.

A pair of persistent song sparrows, building in an evergreen by the brook, kept up a steady song.

Above the center, in amongst the evergreen wreaths, was a shining star made by jets of gas.

This is known as the "deciduous" habit, and such trees are called deciduous trees, in distinction from "evergreen" trees.

Across the top of the large mirror he saw "Welcome," in letters of evergreen, and a chorus of "Many happy returns!"


On this page you'll find 8 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to evergreen, such as: fir, hedge, pine, and pine tree.

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