wood lot

or wood·lot

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Origin of wood lot

An Americanism dating back to 1635–45
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Examples from the Web for woodlot

Historical Examples of woodlot

  • Three of them from the woodlot came begging of me, and lived on my wisdom, not their own.


    Dallas Lore Sharp

  • I am glad I undertook to plant those trees in the woodlot this year.

    In Pastures Green

    Peter McArthur

  • You ain't folks that'll build fires in our woodlot an' leave 'em careless like.

  • It was their woodlot which this Mr. Lowder had bought for Neale.

    The Brimming Cup

    Dorothy Canfield Fisher

  • This depends entirely on the local conditions and on the exposure of the woodlot.

    Studies of Trees

    Jacob Joshua Levison

British Dictionary definitions for woodlot


  1. an area restricted to the growing of treesAlso called (esp Canadian): bush lot
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