[woo d-luh n-der]
- an inhabitant of the woods.
Origin of woodlander
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Examples from the Web for woodlander
The other woodlander arose the moment the door was closed behind his companion.Sea-Dogs All!
The woodlander hesitated a moment as if he were considering.A Daughter of the Forest
The first was a Woodlander, tall and gaunt, striding beside his ass, whose panniers were laden with p. 27charcoal.The Roots of the Mountains
When he woke he saw that he had wandered far, and was glad when he came to a woodlander's cottage.The Divine Adventure etc. (Works vol. 4)
Beatrix, does any woodlander come from the forest to the castle walls and there give signal intended for you alone?The Strong Arm