Definition of woodsy
: characteristic or suggestive of woods the woodsy flavor of mushrooms
Recent Examples of woodsy from the Web
Although players like woodsy courses, some Lake residents objected on environmental grounds about a nine-hole course at Hidden Waters Preserve in Eustis, which is owned by the Lake County Water Authority.
A couple hours later, Fuchs and Elmhurst would be sitting in the main convention hall at this woodsy resort, which sits in the middle of a rural, off-and-on Democratic county that went for Trump in November.
Anyone going to argue one woodsy district would be fundamentally different from another?
That earthy, grassy, drift-woodsy smell in perfume?
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First Known Use of woodsy
WOODSY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of woodsy for English Language Learners
: having many trees : covered with trees
: relating to or suggesting the forest
WOODSY Defined for Kids
Definition of woodsy for Students
: being, located in, or suggesting woodland a woodsy smell
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