What is another word for wooded?

Pronunciation: [wˈʊdɪd] (IPA)

The word "wooded" refers to an area that is covered by trees or contains a lot of woods. Some synonyms for "wooded" include "forested," "treed," "sylvan," "arboreal," and "timbered." "Forested" refers to a place with a dense growth of trees, while "treed" describes a location where there are many trees. "Sylvan" is an adjective that means "related to woods or forest," and "arboreal" refers to living in trees. "Timbered" is used to describe a place with a large amount of timber or wood. Each of these synonyms offers a different shade of meaning for the word "wooded," providing a range of options to choose from in writing.

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What are the opposite words for wooded?

The opposite of wooded can be described in a few different ways. One option is barren, meaning lacking in vegetation or plant life. Another opposite would be urban, as areas with a lot of buildings and concrete don't have many trees or woods. A third option could be described as arid or desert-like, as these areas don't typically have trees due to the lack of moisture. A final antonym for wooded could be a reference to a grassy meadow or plain, where there may be some trees but the fields of grass vastly outnumber them. All of these antonyms describe areas that are quite different from a wooded landscape.

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Usage examples for Wooded

The immediate environs of Gottenburg are very attractive, well wooded, and adorned with picturesque cottages and some large villas.
"Due North or Glimpses of Scandinavia and Russia"
Maturin M. Ballou
The first night they lodged upon a wooded hill.
"In Desert and Wilderness"
Henryk Sienkiewicz
Between them, working with the axe and their hands, the boys opened up a passage between the rocks wide enough for them to crawl through, and in a few minutes were on the top of the wooded point only a few yards from where they had entered the strange place.
"The Hilltop Boys on Lost Island"
Cyril Burleigh

Famous quotes with Wooded

  • I went across the fields to avoid the straight highways, along the firing lines where people were shooting at a small wooded hill, which is now covered with wooden crosses and lines of graves instead of spring flowers.
    Max Beckmann
  • In front of us lay a smooth sandy beach, beyond which rose gradually a high wooded country, and behind us was the sea, studded with numerous islands of every variety of form.
    George Grey
  • My Beloved is the mountains, The solitary wooded valleys, The strange islands, The roaring torrents, The whisper of the amorous gales; The tranquil night At the approaches of the dawn, The silent music, The murmuring solitude, The supper which revives, and enkindles love.
    John of the Cross
  • Coming in from the eastward, the bright colouring of the [Nore] lightship marking the part of the river committed to the charge of an Admiral (the Commander-in-Chief at the Nore) accentuates the dreariness and the great breadth of the Thames Estuary. But soon the course of the ship opens the entrance of the Medway, with its men-of-war moored in line, and the long wooden jetty of Port Victoria, with its few low buildings like the beginning of a hasty settlement upon a wild and unexplored shore. The famous Thames barges sit in brown clusters upon the water with an effect of birds floating upon a pond... [The inward-bound ships] all converge upon the Nore, the warm speck of red upon the tones of drab and gray, with the distant shores running together towards the west, low and flat, like the sides of an enormous canal. The sea-reach of the Thames is straight, and, once Sheerness is left behind, its banks seem very uninhabited, except for the cluster of houses which is Southend, or here and there a lonely wooden jetty where petroleum ships discharge their dangerous cargoes, and the oil-storage tanks, low and round with slightly-domed roofs, peep over the edge of the fore-shore, as it were a village of Central African huts imitated in iron. Bordered by the black and shining mud-flats, the level marsh extends for miles. Away in the far background the land rises, closing the view with a continuous wooded slope, forming in the distance an interminable rampart overgrown with bushes.
    Joseph Conrad
  • The statuette, idol, fetish, or whatever it was, had been captured some months before in the wooded swamps south of New Orleans during a raid on a supposed voodoo meeting; and so singular and hideous were the rites connected with it, that the police could not but realise that they had stumbled on a dark cult totally unknown to them, and infinitely more diabolic than even the blackest of the African voodoo circles. Of its origin, apart from the erratic and unbelievable tales extorted from the captured members, absolutely nothing was to be discovered; hence the anxiety of the police for any antiquarian lore which might help them to place the frightful symbol, and through it track down the cult to its fountain-head.
    H. P. Lovecraft

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