treen [tree-uh n] ExamplesWord Origin adjective
- made entirely of wood.
Origin of treen before 1000; Middle English (adj.); Old English trēowen. See, 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.
January 3, 2015
“He was so disrespectful to the relationship and to her,” Treen says.
December 31, 2012
Historical Examples of treen
A few days after Tom’s return, he and Patience went down to Treen.
Before the mayor had finished speaking the three Treen merchants were brought, handcuffed, into his presence.
Here the nearest road to Chyannor strikes off to the right of that leading to Treen.
Yet much time passed, and their rock-hewn cradle was still empty, when a happy thought struck a wise man of Treen.
Old folks, only just departed, often witnessed their gambols amongst the carns of Castle Treen.
British Dictionary definitions for treen treen adjective
- made of wood; wooden
- another name for
- the art of making treenware
Word Origin for treen Old English trēowen, from trēow tree