woodsy

[woo d-zee]

Origin of woodsy

1855–60, Americanism; wood1 + -s3 + -y1; cf. -sy
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  • For a washed-rind variety, the nutty, buttery, woodsy, animally tastes are a result of this intricate chemical process.

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British Dictionary definitions for woodsy

woodsy

adjective woodsier or woodsiest
  1. US and Canadian informal of, reminiscent of, or connected with woodsa woodsy mountain hideaway
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