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adjective as in wooded

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Flat, forested, and landlocked between Poland, Ukraine and Russia, it had never truly known national autonomy.

I live now in Minnesota, on four forested acres near the town of Northfield, outside the Twin Cities.

And, like Gary Eagar, local Mormons feel tied to the landscape of forested mountains and grassy river valleys.

He owns about four densely forested acres a few miles outside of town.

Is it heavily forested, gently grassy, or just a desert-like stretch of flesh, with nary a hair in sight to provide shade?

Only a comparatively few of the many claims entered were ever successfully forested, or ever became real timber land.

Nor did these early settlers ever find a way out of this forested wilderness except by clearings made with the ax.

On the other hand, a severe rainstorm in a forested region will hardly have an appreciable effect upon the streams.

For imagine a cañon with forested sides and carpeted in green from the stream in its bed to the highest bounding ridge!

The iguana, as this lizard is called locally, seems to be uncommon in the forested areas of southern El Petn.


On this page you'll find 11 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to forested, such as: arboraceous, jungly, lumbering, sylvan, timbered, and tree-covered.

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