Their broad, abundant leaves and high tops also hold the snow well in winter.
The high tops of the pines seemed to cut the sky grotesquely.
Its ancient trees never die, unless the lightning strikes their high tops.
The moccasins should be made with high tops, reaching above the ankles, with buckskin strings to wrap around and secure them.
The pinspos at this season, and in such weather, form a favourite resort, for we saw more sign hereabouts than on the high tops.
The mountains bowed their heads, and the trees vailed their high tops, beneath the immortal feet of Poseidon, the King.
He could tell many strange things of the beasts that lived in holes in rock or earth, or in the high tops of trees.
From the ground, far up into the high tops, a close, beautiful garment of ashy grey bark clothes the tree.
Only up among their leaves and high tops, the tree-frogs (Hyloidea) and cicadas kept up their continuous music.
Jam summa procul villarum culmina fumant—Now 15 the high tops of the far-off villas send forth their smoke.