Common misspellings for tree:
trein, dreww, trofeo, trley, dreem, ree, trile, trech, letere, tretie, futre, mattree, trouw, udere, truu, terese, trese, trew, tjere, toghere, ttrue, arree, turet, betrey, tarek, tresuer, treel, futrue, tresh, treuly, treee, trrees, treinee, trueth, twere, strue, teee, dreek, dree, dtrew, trbie, ptero, trobe, teror, doree, drwe, reitree, streer, trem, turjey, tsee, dgree, truue, torure, pree, tre, mreo, trieed, traniee, trex, toevery, trien, trtue, hree, trhee, terrer, drerey, trhey, treeed, tureky, threee, treu, stree, theree, tarife, tree''s, futere, treese, tree'd, gree, streo, trune, dvere, tiere, tgey, tere, twce, streeo, treaure, tofee, dabree, atahreah, treah, streey, trage, teryer, tehre, trael, truley, tkae, trouh, trate, treh, diareea, here'e, tret, taret, tred, trype, trell, trae, drewer, tjey, treause, truee, trerm, rhree, wree, there'e, turey, treet, trekk, treak, tryi, wetre, tyhere, turen, taffee, tirer, tarce, torqe, trugh, tgere, wtare, futerre, torie, trha, trluy, atrue, dreery, tghere, tren, tthree, ffree, thrree, truel, tardee, turke, dreen, trever, trye, tarrece, toehr, thtree, treate, treay, tghrou, trour, toren, utero, treo, teher, treees, treade, wrere, trinee, tryde, wrete, trheir, latere, truew, tryer, tyrome, trcaey, trure, toure, bree, tyree, treda, treaet, tsure, free, briee, storee, tourer, trea, tyred, djree, weree, heree, trore, tahere, ttree, trpe, treaed, toerh, betere, htree, trule, trife, atree, trale, treied, diareeah, tosee, truet, thtere, terhe, treap, trofey, tghe, etrue, treir, diahreea, hereee, tirbe, tehere, futreu, frree, turle, treta, teare, truely, tvery, trhu, rree, trete, trenee, htere, trere, tjeu, trave, treeat, takee, treip, trrue, dihareea, tream, trueley, vitrue, deree, tremer, toewr, atrea, trevoer, truey, trety, twhere, teryy, petrie, tiree, fture, trie, wtire, trute, tyere, teresea, trear, durea, trase, aree, tradee, disree, trhow, feree, ddrew, tesre, trkey, tres, treen, trive, hereeeee, tredy, trime, treem, treal, tranee, stregh, peree, troke, threer, trogh, triel, teren, torey, treep, tredie, teeeth, areee, trole, treough, turor, trede, tyrra, trhew, trep, trhe, terme, drgee, cree, trde, deere, diahreeah, dreee, letre, otero, dsee, tshrou, tarro, ttea, terre, rteh, tteh, tyeh, ttere, tyey, thiree, tyhree, troe, ttie, tomorre, torro, trane, treea, tyrese, triede, trube, troue, true2, true4, true5, trurh, tweo, whtere, taar, tahar, ttar, ttire, tatire, tairy, tare, tarrow, tatura, tear, tearie, teary, teath adder, teath row, teere, teodar, terriere, tetour, tewar, tiarrhoea, tiary, tidder, tietary, tior, tither, todderer, toddery, toorway, tourah, tower, yree, 6ree, 5ree, trwe, trre, tr4e, tr3e, trer, tre4, tre3, rtree, trree, gtree, ytree, 6tree, t6ree, 5tree, t5ree, tdree, trdee, trfee, trtee, tr5ee, t4ree, tr4ee, trwee, trewe, trsee, tre4e, tr3ee, tre3e, treew, treer, tree4, tree3, 4ree, t2ee, tbee, tzee, tvee, trme, trge, t ree, tr ee, tre e.
Definition of tree:
- A piece of timber, or something commonly made of timber; -- used in composition, as in axletree, boottree, chesstree, crosstree, whiffletree, and the like.
- To drive to a tree.
- To drive to a tree; to cause to ascend a tree; as, a dog trees a squirrel.
- To place upon a tree; to fit with a tree; to stretch upon a tree; as, to tree a boot. See Tree, n., 3.
- To drive up a tree; as, to tree a cat.
- To force to climb a tree.
- chase a bear up a tree with dogs and kill it
- To take to a tree for refuge.
- a figure that branches from a single root; " genealogical tree"
- a tall perennial woody plant having a main trunk and branches forming a distinct elevated crown; includes both gymnosperms and angiosperms
- Any perennial woody plant of considerable size ( usually over twenty feet high) and growing with a single trunk.
- Something constructed in the form of, or considered as resembling, a tree, consisting of a stem, or stock, and branches; as, a genealogical tree.
- A cross or gallows; as Tyburn tree.
- Wood; timber.
- A mass of crystals, aggregated in arborescent forms, obtained by precipitation of a metal from solution. See Lead tree, under Lead.
- Any large perennial woody plant having a single trunk or stem, usually over ten feet high; anything shaped like a tree; a piece of timber; a cross.
- Large plant with a woody trunk; anything like a tree.
- A perennial woody plant at least 20 feet in height at maturity.
- A timber.
- A plant with an erect trunk and spreading branches, both of which are woody and perennial; anything like a tree, consisting of a stem and branches; a piece of wood; a cross.
- Any woody plant of considerable height rising to some distance with a single woody stem; something resembling a tree; a cross; a piece of timber, or something usually made of timber.