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  • noun Plural form of woodlander.

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Examples

  • Some writers make them a derivation from Gael or Gaul, which names are said to signify "woodlanders;" others observe that Walsh, in the northern languages, signifies a stranger, and that the aboriginal Britons were so called by those who at a later era invaded the island and possessed the greater part of it, the

    The Age of Chivalry

  • Some writers make them a derivation from Gael or Gaul, which names are said to signify "woodlanders;" others observe that Walsh, in the northern languages, signifies a stranger, and that the aboriginal Britons were so called by those who at a later era invaded the island and possessed the greater part of it, the

    The Age of Fable

  • All the woodlanders were cheerfully tolerant of our intrusion, and of the fact that we had arrived incongruously by motor car.

    Wildwood

  • Like true woodlanders, George and his wife Sue live perched 800 feet above the treetops of the ancient small-leaved lime woods that cover the south-facing bank of the Wye Gorge upstream from Tintern Abbey.

    Wildwood

  • Like true woodlanders, George and his wife Sue live perched 800 feet above the treetops of the ancient small-leaved lime woods that cover the south-facing bank of the Wye Gorge upstream from Tintern Abbey.

    Wildwood

  • Here we met the dozen woodlanders and four children who live as a cooperative in tented benders, growing organic food, milling their own timber from the woods, generating their own electricity and harnessing the hydraulic energy of the stream in a ram pump to raise their water uphill from the spring.

    Wildwood

  • All the woodlanders were cheerfully tolerant of our intrusion, and of the fact that we had arrived incongruously by motor car.

    Wildwood

  • Woods have their own rich ecology, and their own people, woodlanders, living and working in and around them.

    Wildwood

  • Here we met the dozen woodlanders and four children who live as a cooperative in tented benders, growing organic food, milling their own timber from the woods, generating their own electricity and harnessing the hydraulic energy of the stream in a ram pump to raise their water uphill from the spring.

    Wildwood

  • Some of the woodlanders would even stay on until the end of November.

    Wildwood

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