adjective, woods·i·er, woods·i·est.
Examples from the Web for woodsy
For a washed-rind variety, the nutty, buttery, woodsy, animally tastes are a result of this intricate chemical process.
All around there is the general bog fragrance of sphagnum and water-lilies, and the woodsy perfume of the rose-colored orchids.A Northern Countryside|Rosalind Richards
Cant leave the boy here in this woodsy place, and night comin on, if he is, said Pincher.The Children of the Valley|Harriet Prescott Spofford
If some winter day you feel their soft touch on your face, and smell their woodsy fragrance, you will hear the message.Cornell Nature-Study Leaflets|Various
The gloaming was so inviting that the scouts decided to saunter down the woodsy road.Girl Scouts in the Adirondacks|Lillian Elizabeth Roy
I've seen picturs in Melindy's jography, looks as ef 'twa'n't so woodsy over there as 'tis in these parts, 'specially out West.