The only sound was the rustling of the foliage of the plane-tree, stirred by the breeze.
The leaf of a plane-tree, fluttering down, caught on his sleeve.
There was a certain species of tree which grew in these countries called the plane-tree.
It is now ten years since Sami entered the plane-tree estate.
The viper is benumbed if one twig of the oak 58 touches it, as is also the bat by a leaf of the plane-tree.
From his bed he could see Grace's light kiss the plane-tree.
But let me ask you, friend: have we not reached the plane-tree to which you were conducting us?
He turned his eyes from her and rested one hand against the trunk of the plane-tree.
The Times has published an indictment of the London plane-tree as a disseminator of disease.
One could hear only the leaves on the plane-tree rustling in the breeze.
Heb. 'armon (Gen. 30:37; Ezek. 31:8), rendered "chesnut" in the Authorized Version, but correctly "plane tree" in the Revised Version and the LXX. This tree is frequently found in Palestine, both on the coast and in the north. It usually sheds its outer bark, and hence its Hebrew name, which means "naked." (See CHESTNUT.)