pollard

(v) cut back a tree to a few feet of ground level (8-12ft, Penn 161, 4); (n) a tree so treated (E, 179); method of producing light timber in woodland pasture. Trees were cut at a height out of reach of the browsing of livestock to produce a pillar-like trunk. New growth emerged from the crown and the cycle of cutting would be anything from ten ...
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Pollard

• (n.) A stag that has cast its antlers. • (n.) A clipped coin; also, a counterfeit. • (n.) A fish, the chub. • (n.) A tree having its top cut off at some height above the ground, that may throw out branches. • (v. t.) To lop the tops of, as trees; to poll; as, to pollard willows. • (n.) A hornless animal (cow or sheep...
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pollard

(v) cut back a tree to a few feet of ground level (8-12ft, Penn 161, 4); (n) a tree so treated (E, 179); method of producing light timber in woodland pasture. Trees were cut at a height out of reach of the browsing of livestock to produce a pillar-like trunk. New growth emerged from the crown and the cycle of cutting would be anything from ten to t...
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pollard

noun a usually horned animal that as either shed its horns or had them removed
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Pollard

Pol'lard noun [ From Poll the head.] 1. A tree having its top cut off at some height above the ground, that may throw out branches. Pennant. 2. A clipped coin; also, a counterfeit. [ Obsolete] Camden. 3. (Zoology) (a) A fish, the chub. ...
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Pollard

Pol'lard transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Pollarded ; present participle & verbal noun Pollarding .] To lop the tops of, as trees; to poll; as, to pollard willows. Evelyn.
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Pollard

a tree cut back to the trunk to make a dense cluster of branches and foliage.
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Pollard

A tree that has been cut once or has had regular cutting at a height above which grazing animals can reach i.e. between 2 - 4 metres. Pollards are characterised by its distinctive shape - a large trunk (or bole) from which commonly radiate numerous smaller branches.
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Pollard

To cut a tree 2.5-4m above the ground to produce a close rounded head of young branches.
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Pollard

To cut the top off a fairly young tree at a height of 2 meteres or more to produce a straight stem with a 'bushy' top.
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pollard

To lop the tops of, as trees; to poll; as, to pollard willows. ... Origin: Pollarded; Pollarding. ... 1. A tree having its top cut off at some height above the ground, that may throw out branches. ... 2. A clipped coin; also, a counterfeit. ... 3. <zoology> A fish, the chub. A stag that has cast its antlers. ... A hornless animal (cow or shee...
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pollard

tree having the whole crown cut off
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pollard

[n] - a tree with limbs cut back to promote a more bushy growth of foliage 2. [n] - a usually horned animal that as either shed its horns or had them removed
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