Noun(1) a tree with limbs cut back to promote a more bushy growth of foliage(2) a usually horned animal that has either shed its horns or had them removed
Verb(1) convert into a pollard
(1) Hoopoes breed across most of Europe, except Scandinavia, favouring open country and clumps of old trees including pollard willows, meadows orchards and olive plantations.(2) a row of pollard willows(3) They were pollarded to give shelter to neighbouring lands.(4) Sadly this lawned area with its avenue of pollarded lime trees is split in half by the main Swindon-Salisbury road.(5) The trees have been pollarded where possible and will be managed as such for wildlife.(6) The pollarded tree had been dead for some years but the huge trunk was left standing as a home to wildlife, said Mr Bradbury.(7) There are other poplars elsewhere on the Heslington-based course, while the boundary edge to the first hole will now be marked by a hornbeam hedge which was planted when the poplars were first pollarded .(8) A river from the fading distance, which is one mist of collapsed aqueducts and castles, wanders between poplars and pollarded willows.(9) Many of these pollarded trees still remain in our streets and shopping centres, though they are gradually being replaced with smaller species.(10) The pollarded plane trees are probably gone now, and the friendly old silver-painted street lamps have likely been replaced by concrete pillars topped with a safe sodium glare, but I reckon I could pick out the spot.(11) Lime grows quickly, is handsome looking, and can be readily clipped or pollarded .(12) The Catholic Church is naturally attractive with its striking position at the edge of village, mature limes along one wall and pollarded Horse Chestnuts at the gate.(13) They found that unauthorised work had been carried out on two Ash trees, which had been reduced to stumps, a Sycamore and another Ash, which had been pollarded to a height of 4.5 metres.(14) In some cases such pollards have small horny growths in the skin where their horns would be.(15) You won't miss the blaze of pollarded orange willows.(16) Its interest is that within it survive all the elements of a medieval forest: great timber trees, coppice woods, pollards , scrub, grassland and fen, deer and cattle, and a rabbit warren.
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