pleach

All Noun Verb Adjective
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  • The word pleach has been used to describe the art form of tree shaping or one of the techniques of tree shaping.
  • But scorn she has for them that walk alone; Blanched men, starved women, whom no arts can pleach. Cited from Poems by George Meredith - Volume 3
  • Pleach also means weaving of thin, whippy stems of trees to form a basketry effect.
  • Pleach also means weaving of thin, whippy stems of trees to form a basketry affect.
  • "Whose close pleach'd walks and bowers have been The deadly marksman's lurking screen." Cited from The Mirror of Literature, Amusement, and Instruction, Vol. 14, No. 385
  • Hear I not echoing footfalls Hither adown the pleach'd walk? Cited from Rampolli, by George MacDonald
  • With typical thoroughness, Peck immersed himself in the part, learning to ride, plough and pleach hedges.
  • The nether depth, the heights above, Nor alleys pleach'd of Paradise, Nor Herod's judgment-halls suffice: Man shall not hide himself from love. Cited from Poems by Jean Ingelow, In Two Volumes, Volume II, by Jean Ingelow
  • Eros, Wouldst thou be window'd in great Rome and see Thy master thus with pleach'd arms, bending down His corrigible neck, his face subdu'd To penetrative shame; whilst the wheel'd seat Of fortunate Caesar, drawn before him, branded His baseness that ensued? Cited from Antony and Cleopatra, by William Shakespeare

Words starting with pleach

Meaning of pleach

  • verb Interlace the shoots of
    pleach a hedge