Definition of timbered in English:

timbered

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Pronunciation: /ˈtɪmbəd
 
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adjective

1(Of a building) made wholly or partly of timber: black-and-white timbered buildings
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  • One of them was Parliament House, a timbered building in which Charles I was believed to have held his Parliament Committee when he was in York.
  • Fruit orchards, thatched cottages, timbered houses, inviting village pubs; we never realised an area I'd always thought of as ‘The Midlands’ could be so attractive.
  • In this timbered building at the end of Jubbergate in Newgate Market square, Lawrie's eclectic delicatessen once peddled exotic groceries from distant shores.
1.1(Of the walls or other surface of a room) covered with wooden panels: the timbered banqueting hall
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  • We entered off an arcade and the tearoom had no outside window, but lots of lights which lit up the very dark timbered walls.
  • Here, classic regional cuisine is served in a timbered dining room with a roaring log fire.
  • They were never fond of the cramped, partitioned rooms with their low, timbered ceilings and heavy stonework, but the family quickly grew attached to the friendly neighborhood.
2Having many trees; wooded: on the south it is well timbered with oak
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  • Flat Woods came from the even level of height of oak trees in that heavily timbered area.
  • It should ride on many a hip traveling over sagebrush covered deserts, into the foothills, through timbered areas and on to mountain tops.
  • This practice was impossible in Australia and particularly on Yorke Peninsula which was heavily timbered with mallee.

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