Definition of wooded in English:

wooded

Line breaks: wood¦ed
Pronunciation: /ˈwʊdɪd
 
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adjective

  • (Of an area of land) covered with woods or many trees: a wooded valley
    More example sentences
    • The survey measured tree cover in wooded areas of greater than one hectare using satellite photography.
    • Finally Alex and Circe turned off the road and walked next to another tree and into a wooded area.
    • As we walked towards Torc Waterfall through a wooded area, the smell was just appalling.
    Synonyms
    forested, afforested, tree-covered, woody
    literary sylvan, bosky, tree-clad
    rare timbered

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