- a wood growing in the wild or natural state; forest.
Origin of wildwood
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Examples from the Web for wildwood
I might also add that I could see you were all anxious to come to Wildwood.Grace Harlowe's Golden Summer
Jessie Graham Flower
Hark, was that a coaching horn, sounding up from Wildwood Road?Days Off
Henry Van Dyke
I am inclined to think the wildwood tang must be an acquired taste.Fibble, D. D.
Irvin Shrewsbury Cobb
Specimens from Smith's Island measure 58-65 , from Wildwood, 95 in length.The Diatomaceae of Philadelphia and Vicinity
Charles Sumner Boyer
Now the spring was not an untouched, wildwood affair at all.Winona of the Camp Fire
- archaic a wood or forest growing in a natural uncultivated state
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