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wildwood

[ wahyld-wood ]
/ ˈwaɪldˌwʊd /
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noun
a wood growing in the wild or natural state; forest.
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Origin of wildwood

before 1150; Middle English wilde wode,Old English wilde wudu.See wild, wood1
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British Dictionary definitions for wildwood

wildwood
/ (ˈwaɪldˌwʊd) /

noun
archaic a wood or forest growing in a natural uncultivated state
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