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tree line

or tree·line

[ tree-lahyn ]
/ ˈtriˌlaɪn /
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noun
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British Dictionary definitions for tree line

tree line

noun
the zone, at high altitudes or high latitudes, beyond which no trees grow. Trees growing between the timberline and the tree line are typically stunted
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Scientific definitions for tree line

tree line

See timberline.
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