I grew up in western Oregon, just outside Eugene, on 27 wooded acres that served as my playground.
On March 12, police found two unexploded bombs in a wooded area near Pine Street and Tower Hill Drive.
We walked single-file toward a wooded area, the two rifles positioned as reassuring bookends.
The clothes are worn by 10 models of color as they stand against a wooded backdrop.
He ignored me and soon stopped at a wooded area along the railroad tracks in the Bronx.
He skirted the curve of the valley and led Bolly a little way up the wooded slope to a dense thicket of aspens in a hollow.
"Silence," he motioned to them, pointing to the wooded ridge beyond.
They went to the window and contemplated the evening shadows across mournful fields and wooded hills.
In the wooded lane outside the rectory gate he overtook Catherine.
The majestic Hudson and the palatial mansions on the wooded bluffs proclaimed to Carley that she was back in the East.
Old English wudu, earlier widu "tree, trees collectively, the substance of which trees are made," from Proto-Germanic *widuz (cf. Old Norse viðr, Danish and Swedish ved "tree, wood," Old High German witu "wood"), perhaps from PIE *widhu- "tree, wood" (cf. Welsh gwydd "trees," Gaelic fiodh- "wood, timber," Old Irish fid "tree, wood"). Woodsy is from 1860. Out of the woods "safe" is from 1792.
"violently insane" (now obsolete), from Old English wod "mad, frenzied," from Proto-Germanic *woth- (cf. Gothic woþs "possessed, mad," Old High German wuot "mad, madness," German wut "rage, fury"), from PIE *wet- "to blow, inspire, spiritually arouse;" source of Latin vates "seer, poet," Old Irish faith "poet;" "with a common element of mental excitement" [Buck]. Cf. Old English woþ "sound, melody, song," and Old Norse oðr "poetry," and the god-name Odin.
The thick xylem of trees and shrubs, resulting from secondary growth by the vascular cambium, which produces new layers of living xylem. The accumulated living xylem is the sapwood. The older, dead xylem in the interior of the tree forms the heartwood. Often each cycle of growth of new wood is evident as a growth ring. The main components of wood are cellulose and lignin.