One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
(of an area of land) covered with trees.‘lush, tree-covered mountains’‘country now so tree-covered and altered one cannot get one's bearings’
- ‘I thought I could just make out a tree-covered ridge protruding through the thick layer of clouds.’
- ‘Morning mist is still settling on the tree-covered mountains.’
- ‘At an isolated crossroads stands this old inn, enfolded by high peaks and craggy tree-covered fells.’
- ‘Still, the couple was reluctant to leave their tree-covered three-acre lot.’
- ‘It is on 74 acres (30 hectares) of tree-covered land.’
- ‘The estate is surrounded on three sides by tree-covered hills and at the centre of it is a series of open greens used by local children.’
- ‘Added to that is one of the most refreshing natural settings of any European city: a large lake, two rivers and tree-covered hills.’
- ‘The steep banks of the Ohio River are largely tree-covered as they pass through Cincinnati.’
- ‘The apartment, perched on a hillside, overlooked one of the many islets which are dotted around this rugged tree-covered coastline.’
- ‘At some point we made our way to a sharply ascending tree-covered bank.’
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