wooded

adjective
wood·​ed | \ ˈwu̇-dəd How to pronounce wooded (audio) \

Definition of wooded

: covered with growing trees

Examples of wooded in a Sentence

These sorts of birds live in more wooded areas.
Recent Examples on the Web From actor Luka Sabbat and his father to actress Sasha Lane and her brother Sergio, the inspiration behind the campaign is an homage to the brand’s California heritage which highlights both vast terrains and wooded enclaves. Nandi Howard, Essence, "You Can Never Go Wrong With An UGG Classic Boot," 5 Nov. 2019 More than 35 veterans have taken part in the retreats, which are held quarterly or so at a wooded location in greater Minnesota. Rubén Rosario, Twin Cities, "Rosario: Reaching out to all the ‘silent warriors’ out there," 3 Nov. 2019 This private estate, located at 402 Timberwilde Lane, is on 2.46 gorgeous wooded acres in close-in Memorial. Emilia Benton, Houston Chronicle, "Memorial home offers urban living close to nature," 2 Nov. 2019 Topanga, a densely wooded mountain community, is known for crystal shops, neo-hippies wearing buckskin suits, and lawyers who moved from Santa Monica in search of a bigger back yard. Dana Goodyear, The New Yorker, "L.A.’s Fire Zone Prepares for the Blaze," 30 Oct. 2019 Their worst fears came true when Pope’s body was found Wednesday night in a thickly-wooded power line easement in Wrigley, the Hickman County Sheriff’s Office said in a release. Kc Baker, PEOPLE.com, "Missing Tenn. Mom Who Would ‘Do Anything' For Daughter, 5, Is Found Dead, and 2 Men Are Charged," 25 Oct. 2019 Rescuers from at least a dozen state and local agencies spent the night searching in and around the park, a 5,600-acre wooded expanse bounded by an interstate, the airport and a state highway. Jonathan Drew And Tamara Lush, sun-sentinel.com, "Florida veterinarian, wife die in plane crash near airport," 22 Oct. 2019 Conway found himself with a lot of time alone, and the wooded property suddenly felt large and isolating. Tim Requarth, Longreads, "The Final Five Percent," 22 Oct. 2019 Rescuers from at least a dozen state and local agencies spent the night searching in and around the park, a 5,600-acre (2,260-hectare) wooded expanse bounded by an interstate, the airport and a state highway. Jonathan Drew, San Diego Union-Tribune, "2 bodies found in plane wreckage near North Carolina airport," 21 Oct. 2019

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First Known Use of wooded

1586, in the meaning defined above

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wooded

adjective
How to pronounce wooded (audio)

English Language Learners Definition of wooded

: covered with trees

wooded

adjective
wood·​ed | \ ˈwu̇-dəd How to pronounce wooded (audio) \

Kids Definition of wooded

: covered with trees a wooded lot

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