She saw a plane tree shivering in the wind, yellow leaves on the rain-sodden ground.
The best wood for this purpose is plane tree, because it may easily be sawn and polished, and is beautifully veined and spotted.
At the Marble Arch Corner we listened to a little socialist who was flaring fiercely under a plane tree.
A wooden seat was placed there in the shadow of a plane tree.
So as soon as he arose he went over to the neighbors and begged and entreated him to give him the plane tree.
The leaves of the plane tree rustled above her head, and she sighed.
Peters spent most of his days, doing absolutely nothing, stretched on the grass under the plane tree.
There was no lack of work in the little house beneath the plane tree.
"Chop them up," cried the plane tree, who was fond of carpentry.
The growth of the American plane tree does not appear to be very rapid.
Heb. 'armon (Gen. 30:37; Ezek. 31:8), rendered "chesnut" in the Authorized Version, but correctly "plane tree" in the Revised Version and the LXX. This tree is frequently found in Palestine, both on the coast and in the north. It usually sheds its outer bark, and hence its Hebrew name, which means "naked." (See CHESTNUT.)