- covered with or abounding in woods or trees.
Origin of wooded
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Examples from the Web for well-wooded
It occurs in all well-wooded parts of the country, both in the plains and the hills.Birds of the Indian Hills
It is so fond of trees, that it is seldom to be seen except in a well-wooded district.Bible Animals;
J. G. Wood
The residence there was commodious in a well-wooded and fertile district.Pabo, The Priest
Before the war it was a well-wooded ridge with pretty enclosures and villages.Ypres 1914
In the middle is a well-wooded island, adapted for cultivation.
- having abundant trees, shrubs, grasses, etca well-wooded escarpment
- covered with or abounding in woods or trees
- (in combination) having wood of a specified charactera soft-wooded tree
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