timbered

[ tim-berd ]
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adjective
  1. made of or furnished with timber.

  2. covered with growing trees; wooded: timbered acres.

Origin of timbered

1
First recorded in 1375–1425, timbered is from the late Middle English word timbred.See timber, -ed3

Other words from timbered

  • non·tim·bered, adjective
  • o·ver·tim·bered, adjective
  • un·tim·bered, adjective

Words Nearby timbered

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How to use timbered in a sentence

  • But it had been altered to suit the Chinaman's purpose, and one end—that in which the passage came out—was timbered.

    Dope | Sax Rohmer

British Dictionary definitions for timbered

timbered

/ (ˈtɪmbəd) /


adjective
  1. made of or containing timber or timbers

  2. covered with trees; wooded

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