leafless

Part of speech: adjective

Having no leafage.

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Usage examples "leafless":

  1. Of course I have not asked whether she showed any care; but that little spot of silence affects me as the sight of a tree remaining leafless in the woods where everything else is turning green. - "A Kentucky Cardinal", James Lane Allen.
  2. The dusk had fallen, and the stars were coming out in a pure pale blue, over the leafless trees. - "Elizabeth's Campaign", Mrs. Humphrey Ward.
  3. And then one morning I saw the mother robin giving warning To little bills stuck just above the rim Of that nest which you watched while being built, Near where she sat, upon a leafless limb, With folded wings against an April rain. - "Toward the Gulf", Edgar Lee Masters.