treed

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treed

  1. simple past tense and past participle of tree

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treed (comparative more treed, superlative most treed)

  1. Planted or covered with trees.
    • 1995, Stephanie Irving; David Brewster, Northwest Best Places, page 96:
      even in its urban heart, Eugene is more treed than paved.
    • 2003, Jack Brink, Archaeology in Alberta, page 25:
      This lends support for the view, propounded to me by landowners in east central Alberta, that the region is now more treed than when it was homesteaded.
    • 2003, Alfred Thomas Grove; Oliver Rackham, The Nature of Mediterranean Europe: An Ecological History‎, page 187:
      Crete is now more wooded (and vastly more treed) than at any time for at least seven hundred years.

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treed

  1. first-person singular present indicative of treden
  2. imperative of treden

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