FROND's Sentences and Contexts

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 Sentences of frond
Definition:
n. fern leaf, especially compound leaf; palm or banana leaf
Example:
After the storm the beach was littered with the leaves of palm trees. I can even see a frond in front of our door.
Sentence in Classic:
The ferns, among which he had lain in comfort yesterday, were dripping moisture from every frond, wetting his legs through as he brushed past; and the fur of the rabbits leaping before him was clotted into dark locks by the same watery surrounding.
Return of the Native By Thomas Hardy Context
When they were more than usually tall she lifted the baby to the top of her head, that it might be out of the reach of their drenching fronds.
Return of the Native By Thomas Hardy Context