Canopy [noun]

Definition of Canopy:

overhanging covering

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Sentence/Example of Canopy:

Cox also included leaf area index in the study, which is a measure plant canopy coverage used to estimate the productivity of flora.

Under the canopy of old-growth forests, everything is dying, being taken apart at the molecular level—but at the same time, it is being reborn.

The park has a thick and lush hardwood canopy that goes full Technicolor in October, attracting thousands of leaf peepers looking for Instagram gold.

Day-hike a section of the Pacific Crest Trail, or paddle around one of several nearby lakes, including the neighboring Howard Prairie Lake, before retiring to the claw-foot tub set under a canopy of boughs.

As little as two centuries ago, the northern edge of the island of Borneo, home to Malaysia’s Sarawak state, was covered in a verdant canopy that stretched, uninterrupted, from shore to shore.

From the Cape Cod cottages on the east side to the leafy tree canopy in the historic district, it’s a quieter LGBTQ neighborhood.

Gabor and his team developed a model for the light-harvesting systems of plants and applied it to the solar spectrum measured below a canopy of leaves.

The scarlet calico canopy was again set up over the bed, and the woven cradle, on its red manzanita frame, stood near.

The windows and dressing-table were covered with white muslin, and there was a canopy of the same above the little brass bedstead.

Servants entered with cushions, which they disposed round the foot of the throne and at the base of its canopy.