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Definition of treeware

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Other terms relating to 'tree':

Definitions include: to collide with a tree.
Definitions include: to seek something from the wrong person or place.
Definitions include: to get seriously inebriated!
Definitions include: printed on paper.
Definitions include: crazy.
Definitions include: extremely drunk.
Definitions include: a person who claims they can fix your car, but has no real training or the right tools.
Definitions include: a large penis.
Definitions include: to throw up.
Definitions include: a person who is fanatical about nature.
Definitions include: marijuana.
Definitions include: a metaphorical tree that causes ugliness when one falls out of it.
Definitions include: to bother, to annoy.

Other terms relating to 'ware':

Definitions include: the human element in a software or hardware endeavor.
Definitions include: The human nervous system, as opposed to computer hardware or software.

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