wooded

Part of speech: adjective

Having a supply of wood; abounding with trees.

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Usage examples "wooded":

  1. Yet it was more than I could do to keep altogether at distance; therefore I ran to the nearest place where I could remain unseen, and watched the glen from the wooded height, for hours and hours, impatiently. - "Lorna Doone, A Romance of Exmoor", R. D. Blackmore.
  2. So long as I was in the woods I went as rapidly as I could walk, and the country, even away from the river, was much wooded. - "Who Goes There?", Blackwood Ketcham Benson.
  3. Dion saw the bay opening to receive them under its wooded hills which are pierced by the great valley. - "In the Wilderness", Robert Hichens.