made of or furnished with timber.
covered with growing trees; wooded: timbered acres.
- non·tim·bered, adjective
- o·ver·tim·bered, adjective
- un·tim·bered, adjective
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How to use timbered in a sentence
We crossed a stream into a village of timbered white plaster houses, some with pretty wrought-iron balconies.
What Londoner worthy the name does not regret the old crazy, timbered bridge that connected Fulham with Putney?The Portsmouth Road and Its Tributaries | Charles G. Harper
We were admitted by the keeper, who lives in the dilapidated but delightfully picturesque half-timbered gatehouse.
But there are many of the old portions still remaining and it has numbers of beautiful half-timbered buildings.
"Tombland" and "Strangers' Hall" are the appellations of two of the finest half-timbered buildings that we saw.
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
made of or containing timber or timbers
covered with trees; wooded
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