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timberland

noun as in backwoods

noun as in timber

noun as in tree farm

noun as in wood

noun as in woodland

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noun as in woodland

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noun as in wood/woods

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In certain geographies and it’ll be very land-based specific—our timberland in the Pacific Northwest is really among the most valuable timberland in the world.

From Time

Weyerhaeuser, the state’s largest private timber owner, reported net earnings of $797 million last year after losing $80 million to September fires that burned 125,000 acres of its timberlands.

When federal rules required Wheeler to filter its drinking water, the city decided it would be cheaper and more reliable to drill wells than to treat the creek water off industrial timberlands.

In Corbett, Busto said purchasing private timberlands was far too expensive.

The firm had proposed a $12,000 monthly retainer to improve Stimson’s image and win back public trust in Tillamook County, where Stimson has one of its six mills and almost a fifth of its 600,000 acres of timberland.

He will know, because you see at no little distance from here begins timberland, and he knows who owns most of the big tracts.

And Carley soon became aware that they had at last left the cut and burned-over district of timberland behind.

It contained all the trained foresters in the Government service, but had charge of no public timberland whatsoever.

This was more hilly than the other, and ran through a long patch of timberland on which no houses were located.

We can't follow them among those trees, and as they seem to realize it, they've taken advantage of the timberland.

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On this page you'll find 90 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to timberland, such as: backcountry, outback, boondocks, frontier, hinterland, and interior.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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