Definition of woodsy
: characteristic or suggestive of woods the woodsy flavor of mushrooms
Recent Examples of woodsy from the Web
The arborio rice was overcooked and under-salted, yielding a mushy meal for which the woodsy mushrooms could not compensate.
Just a few months ago, The New York Times gave him a fawning spread replete with woodsy photos.
RUTLEDGE — On a warm July evening in a sunlit gymnasium on a woodsy campground, Matthew Jordan gave encouragement, signed dozens of autographs and shook his booty.
Measuring in at just 324 square feet, this adorable cabin in the woods is our ultimate woodsy getaway.
Once unpacked in your woodsy cabin, grab your water skis, launch your boat and take a spin on one of the 28 lakes that make up the world’s largest chain of freshwater lakes, with thanks to the glaciers that created this water playground. 6 p.m. –
Contemporary design, high-end finishes and a rustic woodsy setting give the main house a rock-star vibe.
Town of Brookfield — Bring on the oxford cloth, the chamois shirts, the woodsy plaids equally at home on the trail or at a family reunion on Narragansett Bay.
Bahati, a 31-year-old male, apparently was chased up a tree by antagonistic chimps in the zoo’s spacious and woodsy exhibit on Wednesday morning.
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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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