Definition of underwood in English:

underwood

Line breaks: under|wood
Pronunciation: /ˈʌndəwʊd
 
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noun

[mass noun]
Small trees and shrubs growing beneath taller timber trees: the second crop was of underwood and coppice they sell underwood belonging to the Crown
More example sentences
  • From the Forest of Dean the king took minerals, underwood, timber, and red and fallow deer.
  • I, too, felt as if I was peering into a coppice - a wood or thicket characterized by a dense, often tangled, underwood of stump shoots and suckers encouraged into being by the periodic cutting down of trees.

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