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1. willow

noun. ['ˈwɪˌloʊ'] any of numerous deciduous trees and shrubs of the genus Salix.

Synonyms

  • Salix sericea
  • white willow
  • Salix blanda
  • Salix alba caerulea
  • peach-leaved willow
  • osier
  • Salix cinerea
  • grey willow
  • Babylonian weeping willow
  • bearberry willow
  • Salix uva-ursi
  • dwarf willow
  • Salix
  • almond-leaves willow
  • brittle willow
  • Salix sitchensis
  • arroyo willow
  • silky willow
  • Salix tristis
  • snap willow
  • Salix humilis
  • Salix pyrifolia
  • sallow
  • Wisconsin weeping willow
  • tree
  • sage willow
  • Salix alba
  • dwarf grey willow
  • Huntingdon willow
  • Sitka willow
  • Salix babylonica
  • Salix lasiolepis
  • laurel willow
  • Salix herbacea
  • Salix pentandra
  • Salix nigra
  • Salix pendulina
  • genus Salix
  • Salix arctica
  • creeping willow
  • Salix amygdaloides
  • pussy willow
  • weeping willow
  • Salix fragilis
  • cricket-bat willow
  • crack willow
  • arctic willow
  • dwarf gray willow
  • Salix candida
  • shining willow
  • Salix repens
  • willow tree
  • hoary willow
  • Salix pendulina blanda
  • gray willow
  • bay willow
  • swamp willow
  • prairie willow
  • Salix alba sericea
  • balsam willow
  • Salix lucida
  • black willow
  • peachleaf willow
  • silver willow

Etymology

  • wilwe (Middle English (1100-1500))

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Words that Rhyme with Willow

  • kilo

Example sentences of the word willow


1. Adjective
The weeping willow tree is one of the most expressive trees around.

2. Noun, singular or mass
The black willow is a common tree along waterways and wetlands in the eastern half of the United States.

3. Verb, base form
), which grows in zones 4 through 8; and willow (Salix spp.

2. willow-pattern

noun. chinaware decorated with a blue Chinese design on a white background depicting a willow tree and often a river.

Synonyms

  • china
  • willowware

3. willow

noun. ['ˈwɪˌloʊ'] a textile machine having a system of revolving spikes for opening and cleaning raw textile fibers.

Etymology

  • wilwe (Middle English (1100-1500))
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