Definition of unwooded in English:

unwooded

Syllabification: un·wood·ed
Pronunciation: /ˌənˈwo͝odəd
 
/

adjective

1Having few trees.
More example sentences
  • The report also showed footage of antlered animals in a pen in an unwooded area.
2(Of a wine) not having been stored in a wooden cask.
More example sentences
  • Also try the Zandvliet Chardonnay, the Astonvale Shiraz produced and the unwooded Astonvale Chardonnay and the Astonvale Crème.
  • While chatting with him, we chose a bottle of the Banrock Station unwooded Chardonnay - a truly delightful wine and suitable to accompany everything on offer.
  • It's a classic, unwooded, mineral and green olive style Chablis with citrus fruit flavours and acidity that's as taut as a sail in a gale.

Definition of unwooded in:

Get more from Oxford Dictionaries

Subscribe to remove ads and access premium resources

Word of the day hubris
Pronunciation: ˈ(h)yo͞obris
noun
excessive pride or self-confidence