As with a knife (so precise is the division) the well-wooded policies are separated from the barren and disheartening moor.
It occurs in all well-wooded parts of the country, both in the plains and the hills.
Buntings associate in small flocks and affect open rather than well-wooded country.
They loved the well-wooded ridges of the sheltered, low-lying lands.
The establishment, strictly secluded behind enclosing walls, in well-wooded grounds, houses fifty collegians.
The dark green of the well-wooded banks had something grand about it.
In their wild state they seek moist, sandy, and well-wooded places, close to streams of water.
The treeless condition of the Lozre chain and other once well-wooded regions was thus brought about.
This island is about five miles in circumference, high and well-wooded, with two peaks, one of which is 861 feet in height.
You may hope to find it—generally in vain—in well-wooded districts, from April to September, in the southern counties of England.