i guess things have come full circle

'cause all my thoughts run astray
and I'm a walking cliché

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January 30, 2019


How do I say "a bunch of trees" in a dignified way?

Not a metaphor. I am literally just looking for a way to say a bunch of trees. A forest doesn't count. This is literally just a bunch of trees. Help me.

A group of trees? A huddle? NOT A FOREST. Just some trees scattered across a manicured lawn. HOW DO I SAY THIS IN A DIGNIFIED WAY?!



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  • Juliana

    You could use the word cluster.

    9 months ago
  • Quille

    A grove or a copse sounds nice :)
    Maybe you could say a large group of trees? Or a thickset group?
    Group's not much better than bunch; I think copse is probably one of the best :)
    Good luck!

    9 months ago
  • Anha

    googled it, and it's either grove, copse, or coppice. glade maybe? i would recommend meadow, but it's a lawn so idk

    9 months ago