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woodland1

Syllabification: wood·land
Pronunciation: /ˈwo͝odlənd
 
, ˈwo͝odˌland
 
/

noun

(also woodlands)
Land covered with trees: large areas of ancient woodland [as modifier]: woodland birds are often drably colored
More example sentences
  • Clouts Wood is an area of ancient woodland of oak and ash, one mile south of Wroughton.
  • Adams said foxes that did not come out of the cover of woodlands or were injured could still be legitimately killed by the hound pack.
  • It plans to plant at least 35,000 trees in parks and woodlands across the UK.
Synonyms
woods, wood, forest, trees
archaic greenwood

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Syllabification: Wood·land
Pronunciation: /ˈwo͝odlənd
 
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A city in north central California, northwest of Sacramento; population 54,567 (est. 2008).

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