Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of woodland.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Jake McCullough, a British neighbour at Boliqueime, told Correio da Manha that luxury cars were frequently seen driving up to the house, set in woodlands, where Mr Ross was allegedly tortured.

    British man recovering after 'kidnap and torture' in Portugal

  • Farmer Stovey, of the Grange, was the first man of that class who had ever assumed the right to pasture his sheep in Belton chase as the people around were still accustomed to call the woodlands of the estate.

    The Belton Estate

  • As one of the nyphai, steeped in the elemental magicks of root and loam, the woodlands were her charge.

    Wit'ch Storm

  • Seen in mass, and at a distance, the woodlands are a soft cinerous purple.

    Some Spring Days in Iowa

  • There is "ample room and verge enough" to run a fox down without any visit to the open country, and by degrees, as a true love of hunting comes upon you in place of a love of riding, you will learn to think that a day among the woodlands is a day not badly spent.

    Hunting Sketches

  • Grange, was the first man of that class who had ever assumed the right to pasture his sheep in Belton chase as the people around were still accustomed to call the woodlands of the estate.

    The Belton Estate

  • The woodlands is a planned community, and it is like someone said 'lets not leave any chain store or restaurant out' ...

    Home Theater Forum

  • The boiler uses wood fuel from the estate woodlands, which is chipped in a stone barn, where it is seasoned to the correct moisture content.

    HX News and Sport

  • “ample room and verge enough” to run a fox down without any visit to the open country, and by degrees, as a true love of hunting comes upon you in place of a love of riding, you will learn to think that a day among the woodlands is a day not badly spent.

    Hunting Sketches

  • In non-urbanized areas such as woodlands and farmlands, however, there are three ways for the water to drain off the land: (a) by simply flowing out on the surface; (b) by infiltrating the soil and seeping into the groundwater; and (c) through evapotranspiration.

    Archive 2007-09-01

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