deforested

[ dee-fawr-ist, -for- ]SEE DEFINITION OF deforested
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DEFORESTED

Much of the deforested territory, let alone, will cover itself with a ripe crop of shortleaf pine lumber in a hundred years.

A deforested hillside may, in a single storm, loose the hoarded soil of a thousand years.

I dipped several canfuls from the deforested drainage fork, and after each had stood half a minute the water was poured off.

In the neighborhood of this camp I carefully noted the lines of demarkation between the forested and deforested regions.

The table-lands were once generally forested, but to-day many are deforested, undulating, beautiful pastures.

Grows naturally on deforested land, whence the name of Old Field Pine.

These were paid by the sale of the deforested lands and of certain detached woodlands.

Taken as a whole, birds would suffer more than any other class of creatures in a deforested world.

They burn their wood everywhere and the country is withering away because it is deforested.

RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR DEFORESTED

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