copse[ kops ]SEE DEFINITION OF copse
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COPSE
Ere they reached the copse, the peasants had disappeared within it.
He thought it would be nicer to go to the copse, and so they moved on up the lane.
"That's the copse," she shouted, pointing to the trees on her left.
Determined to find food and water, Kweek started towards the copse.
Away they flew to a copse beyond the lake where hazels and alders grew.
At last Ralph started off, by the way of the copse, to look for her.
The meadows by the copse were small, not more than two or three acres each.
Every ditch and hedgerow, every road and lane, every hill and copse must be defended.
They ran for the copse, but that would not have saved them had it been mere copse-wood.
So they lay motionless for a while; but there came no sound from the copse.