sapling

[sap┬Ěling]

A young tree with a slender trunk is known as a sapling. Just as a young duck is called a "duckling," a young tree is called a sapling.

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A young tree.

Noun
young tree


n.
A young tree.


sapling

sap"ling , n. A young tree. Shak.

A young tree.

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