woodland

[ noun woo d-land, -luh nd; adjective woo d-luh nd ]SEE DEFINITION OF woodland

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR WOODLAND

"It is well," said he, and with a shake of the bridle rode on down the woodland path.

It was the Indian whoop, which her father had taught her in their woodland rambles at home.

There was nothing and no one in sight yet amid the woodland shadows.

Slowly the glowing light vanished behind a bluff of woodland.

Stole on the winds through the woodland aisles like the breath of a censer.

I love them more than plain, or rolling pasture, or woodland, or the sea.

Gone was the brambled waste, gone the flickering tangle of woodland.

Miller owns this field, Locke that, and Manning the woodland beyond.

You remind me just now of pictures I have seen of Undine and the woodland nymphs.

There is an abundance of woodland everywhere, checquered by green lawns.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR WOODLAND

timber

nountrees, wood
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