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In the sea every peninsula is a breakwater: on land every grove is a windbreak.

You must have a windbreak of cloth leanto, boughs, or rocks.

I believe a windbreak is essential, and would make it of Osage orange, maple, or cottonwood.

I have a windbreak on the south side made of Osage orange, to keep the hot winds off.

I believe a windbreak is essential, and like Russian mulberry planted on the south and west.

I think a windbreak of several rows of Osage orange on the south side is a necessity.

I believe in a windbreak of mulberry, or any trees planted thickly, on the south.

I think a hedge fence all around the orchard as a windbreak would be beneficial.

I believe a windbreak of box-elder or evergreens is beneficial but not essential.

While I would not object to a windbreak on the south side, I do not think it necessary.

WORD ORIGIN

also wind-break, "row of trees, etc., to break the force of the wind," 1861, American English, from wind (n.1) + break (n.).

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