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  • noun Plural form of redwood.


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  • "There's the park," Frederick pointed out a little later, indicating a mass of virgin redwoods on the first dip of the bigger hills.


  • There are great redwoods on it, some of them thousands of years old ... in fact, the redwoods are as fine and magnificent as any to be found anywhere outside the tourists groves.

    Jack London's Beloved Beauty Ranch

  • Or drive up the windy, cliff-hugging Highway One to Big Sur, and lose yourself in redwoods.

    Los Angeles : Jeffrey McDaniel : Harriet the Blog : The Poetry Foundation

  • But among the redwoods is the noblest music of all, different from that of any other trees.

    The Port of Adventure

  • People carelessly call these grand trees "redwoods" or "big trees," but their family name is Sequoia, an Indian chief's name.

    Stories of California

  • Merlin told Hooping. org, It was very colorful and magic to get into the redwoods with everyone enjoying the fairy lights. | Blog | Hoop Camp 2009

  • He breathed gentle arpeggios and dreamt of standing in a glade of redwoods, birds circling his head, mountains towering above the treetops.

    Mountain Pose

  • But amid this Beltway forest it's important to focus on a few giant redwoods of moral hazard.

    Taxpayers and Money Market Funds

  • I'm always up for walking in local parks -- there is everything from salt marshes to rolling hills to redwoods.

    San Jose, April 4-7

  • Sierra, as well as Muir Woods, a National Monument in Marin County protecting 485 acres of coast redwoods.

    John Muir


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