treen


treen

treen [tree-uh n] ExamplesWord Origin adjective

  1. made entirely of wood.

noun

  1. treenware.

Origin of treen before 1000; Middle English (adj.); Old English trēowen. See tree, -en2 Examples from the Web for treen Contemporary Examples of treen

  • So then-President George H.W. Bush and other prominent Republicans endorsed Treen in the House runoff.

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  • “He was so disrespectful to the relationship and to her,” Treen says.

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  • Historical Examples of treen

  • A few days after Tom’s return, he and Patience went down to Treen.

    Traditions and Hearthside Stories of West Cornwall, Second Series

    William Bottrell

  • Before the mayor had finished speaking the three Treen merchants were brought, handcuffed, into his presence.

    Traditions and Hearthside Stories of West Cornwall, Second Series

    William Bottrell

  • Here the nearest road to Chyannor strikes off to the right of that leading to Treen.

    Traditions and Hearthside Stories of West Cornwall, Second Series

    William Bottrell

  • Yet much time passed, and their rock-hewn cradle was still empty, when a happy thought struck a wise man of Treen.

    Traditions and Hearthside Stories of West Cornwall, Second Series

    William Bottrell

  • Old folks, only just departed, often witnessed their gambols amongst the carns of Castle Treen.

    Traditions and Hearthside Stories of West Cornwall, Second Series

    William Bottrell

  • British Dictionary definitions for treen treen adjective

    1. made of wood; wooden

    noun

    1. another name for treenware
    2. the art of making treenware

    Word Origin for treen Old English trēowen, from trēow tree

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