from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Incumbered with tall, woody hedgerows.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Encumbered with tall woody hedgerows.
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I moved into her living room, where I casually picked up from her coffee table a wood-bound scrapbook bearing the image of a sleeping Mexican on its cover.
Then she vanished, the boy and the second young man followed, and Ethelberta and Christopher stood within the wood-bound circle alone.
He caught up to Loial going down, the Ogier trying to stuff a wood-bound book into his saddlebags and put on his cloak at the same time.
He gave his answers respectfully but in as few words as Rand had ever heard him use, standing with an Ogier-sized, wood-bound book clutched to his chest like a shield, and when they went, he huddled in his chair with the book held up in front of his face.
They closed their wood-bound tablets, tying them shut.
The folk on the welcome way shov'd out the wood-bound.
If an attempt were made to pull the barrel out by the muzzle, it would, in case it were wood-bound, be liable to split at the head of the stock.
Christopher stood within the wood-bound circle alone.
There is fcarcely a farm in the Diftridt which is not more or lefs '■ wood-bound; "that is, injured by overgrown hedges; which are, year after year, receiving irreparable damage for want of cutting; while the undergrown ones are damaged by a lefs pardonable treatment.
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