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Origin of timbered
OTHER WORDS FROM timberednon·tim·bered, adjectiveo·ver·tim·bered, adjectiveun·tim·bered, adjective
Words nearby timbered
Example sentences from the Web for timbered
The greater number are excavated grottoes, the fronts of which are careful imitations of timbered houses.History of Ancient Art|Franz von Reber
In the west they are found in the timbered parts of the mountains.Science of Trapping|Elmer Harry Kreps
The road very rough and bad part of the way, especially in the timbered land.
First, the purplish green of timbered slopes, then the naked, beetling crags and deep crevasse with its heart of ice.Trails Through Western Woods|Helen Fitzgerald Sanders
The rabbits were drawn from the timbered ridges to nibble these first spring dainties.The Yellow Horde|Hal G. Evarts