Definition of wooded
: covered with growing trees
Examples of wooded in a Sentence
These sorts of birds live in more wooded areas.
Recent Examples of wooded from the Web
Wooded areas, particularly those bordering orchards, are most likely to serve as habitat for the wasp, which can move quickly over long distances.
Hudson police officer Ryan Doran shot Alameri, who was unarmed at the time, during a struggle in a wooded area near Hudson Aurora Road, officials said.
Across the street, an animal came out of a wooded area.
After interviewing the kidnapping victim, investigators learned that Menard appeared out of a wooded area near her home, armed with two shotguns.
A witness told deputies that the suspect, a white man in his 20s, had fled the scene on foot, heading east into a wooded area.
Kiontay Cason, 23, on Wednesday identified Jeri Woods as the person who fatally shot Arreon Lackey, 18, and Antonio Lackey, 16, on June 26, 2015, in a wooded area in Hobart.
Sipe found credible Wehner’s story, including her claim, made some 25 years after Cesnick’s murder, to have been taken by Maskell to see the slain nun’s body in a secluded, wooded area.
A tree usually lives at least three decades longer in a wooded area than in a street.
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First Known Use of wooded
WOODED Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of wooded for English Language Learners
: covered with trees
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Definition of wooded for Students
: covered with trees a wooded lot
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