Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun An inhabitant of the woods.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun A dweller in a woodland.

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  • noun A dweller in a woodland.

Etymologies

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woodland +‎ -er

Examples

  • As every woodlander knows, dead wood is bulky but light: it makes good kindling and can be useful for the rapid heat burst you need in a bread oven, but has already been half consumed by fungi, bacteria, woodlice and insects.

    Wildwood

  • As every woodlander knows, dead wood is bulky but light: it makes good kindling and can be useful for the rapid heat burst you need in a bread oven, but has already been half consumed by fungi, bacteria, woodlice and insects.

    Wildwood

  • The prospect appeared good; a woodlander could learn city ways if she was clever, and this woman had other desirable qualities as well.

    The Boat of a Million Years

  • The prospect appeared good; a woodlander could learn city ways if she was clever, and this woman had other desirable qualities as well.

    The Boat of a Million Years

  • The other woodlander arose the moment the door was closed behind his companion.

    Sea-Dogs All! A Tale of Forest and Sea

  • Prior stroked and caressed it, and said: "God bless thee, little woodlander, and may the nuts never fail thee!"

    A Child's Book of Saints

  • As, according to the proverb, the woodlander sees nothing of the wood for its trees, so those who live in the world know nothing of it.

    Prose Fancies (Second Series)

  • He dressed in bottle green, the uniform of a cyclist, and he looked like a rollicking woodlander of the

    Golden Lads

  • They found the Faith Healer by a little stream, eating bread and honey, and, like an ancient woodlander drinking from a horn -- relics of his rank imposture.

    Northern Lights, Volume 4.

  • They found the Faith Healer by a little stream, eating bread and honey, and, like an ancient woodlander drinking from a horn -- relics of his rank imposture.

    The Project Gutenberg Complete Works of Gilbert Parker

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