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bass3 a deciduous tree of softwood, which is grown for ornamental purposes or as a shade tree; basswood; linden.
cankerworm any of several moth larvae that feed on fruit and foliage often destroying fruit and shade trees.
cast shade or hue. [1/18 definitions]
catalpa any of several deciduous shade trees that have broad leaves and bear clusters of white flowers and long slender pods.
chiaroscuro the arrangement of contrasting light and shade in pictorial representation.
crosshatch to shade (a drawing or the like) using many parallel and intersecting lines.
dapple a patch or group of spotted markings of different shade or color than their background, or a single such mark. [1/4 definitions]
dapple-gray gray spotted with a darker shade. [1/2 definitions]
elm any of several large deciduous shade trees having arching, spreading branches and serrated leaves. [1/2 definitions]
encina an evergreen oak of the southwestern United States that is often cultivated as a shade tree.
halftone in art, an intermediate tone, shade, or value between light and dark. [1/4 definitions]
hatch3 to draw lines on (a drawing, design, or the like), often two sets of close-set parallel lines crossing each other at right angles, in order to shade. [2 definitions]
hue1 a certain variation of a color; one particular color or tint, such as sky blue or robin's-egg blue; shade. [1/3 definitions]
linden any of several shade trees that have large, heart-shaped leaves and bear fragrant yellowish blossoms.
mall a grassy open space, usu. lined with shade trees and used as a public place for walking. [1/4 definitions]
mezzotint a method of engraving on roughened copper or steel by scraping and polishing areas to produce effects of light and shade. [1/3 definitions]
mulberry any of several shade trees that have broad leaves and that typically bear dark, berrylike fruits. [1/3 definitions]
Norway maple a European maple tree, grown widely in North America as a shade tree.
nuance a subtle quality or difference in tone, meaning, color, or the like; shade.
pin oak either of two tall oak trees of the eastern United States that are valued for their lumber and as shade trees.
positive in photography, showing light, shade, and color in their natural way, in contrast to their inversion in a negative. [1/13 definitions]