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  • noun Plural form of woodnymph.

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Examples

  • The weeds had now learned to avoid the forests where woodnymphs dwelt; the loathsome Gadgols no longer dared come nigh; the trees had become old and sturdy and could bear the drought better than when fresh-sprouted.

    The Life and Adventures of Santa Claus

  • The apple-pie order decor of the Rutledge might make it an unlikely setting for a weekly goth / industrial dance night, but that hasn't stopped the throngs of fishnet-wearing, iron cross-adorned, poety-obsessed woodnymphs from coming out every night and getting down to their favorite new romantic ...

    NashvilleScene.com

  • The apple-pie order decor of the Rutledge might make it an unlikely setting for a weekly goth / industrial dance night, but that hasn't stopped the throngs of fishnet-wearing, iron cross-adorned, poety-obsessed woodnymphs from coming out every night and getting down to their favorite new romantic ...

    NashvilleScene.com

  • The apple-pie order decor of the Rutledge might make it an unlikely setting for a weekly goth / industrial dance night, but that hasn't stopped the throngs of fishnet-wearing, iron cross-adorned, poetry-obsessed woodnymphs from coming out every night and getting down to their favorite new ...

    NashvilleScene.com

  • The apple-pie order decor of the Rutledge might make it an unlikely setting for a weekly goth / industrial dance night, but that hasn't stopped the throngs of fishnet-wearing, iron cross-adorned, poetry-obsessed woodnymphs from coming out every night and getting down to their favorite new ...

    NashvilleScene.com

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