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Sentence count:35Posted:2016-12-19Updated:2020-07-24
Antonym: spraytwigSimilar words: boughtdoughroughtoughthoughenoughroughlybroughtMeaning: [baʊ]  n. any of the larger branches of a tree. 
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1 The bough that bears most, hangs lowest. 
2 I rested my fishing rod against a pine bough.
3 Ranulf swallowed nervously as the bough hit the ground.
4 Sykes was dangling a small bough over its nose, possibly an olive branch, perhaps its elevenses.
5 Many animals leap from bough to bough, and sometimes fall to the ground.
6 For this reason, it was called the Golden Bough and was believed to cure diseases in humans and cattle.
7 They have just bough a house in Pacific Palisades, a wealthy suburb of Los Angeles.
8 A bough floats in the river.
9 Do not cut the Bough you are standing on.
10 The bird settled on the topmost bough.
11 Petals on a wet,[] black bough.
12 Bough that bears most, hangs lowest.
13 In 1999, when Ford bough Volvo, Sweden was shaken.
14 Bine: Olive is had apparent force, bough and ramose.
15 Prof. Bough formally informed the students of the date.
16 The bough that bear most hang lowest.
17 Every bough was swinging in the wind.
18 He bough a book on basketball tactics from the Xinghua book - store yesterday.
19 A bough of fruit falls from the sun on your dark garment.
20 The red squirrel, coursing down the nearest bough,( was particularly familiar and inquisitive.
21 Frazer's monumental study The Golden Bough (1890-1915), which traces elemental patterns of myth and ritual, and to the depth psychology of C.
22 Bine: Olive is had apparent main force, bough and ramose .
23 Not a bough waved, not the gleam of a musket - barrel betrayed the presence of our foes.
24 It is a fairy wood that has never a withered bough in it. 
25 Suddenly, he gave a yell, raced furiously ahead and leapt up at an overhanging bough.
26 We saw a finch light on ( or upon ) a bough.
27 Giulio Camillo indicated the mythological reference for this box: the Latin hero Aeneas, taking the golden bough to penetrate into the Ades.
28 The memory image would thus be a man, possibly one's friend, with a silk mantle pulling a golden bough with his mouth and giving it to the incumbent.
29 Not any more, mocked the crows from shady pine bough perches.
30 The image of "the game keeper" comes from the description of the flamen in the Golden Bough obviously.
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