Sherwood Forest

NOUN
  1. an ancient forest in central England; formerly a royal hunting ground; said to be the home of Robin Hood and his merry band
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How To Use Sherwood Forest In A Sentence

  • Any film appearance by Robin Hood reinforced a belief that this wooded playground was surely once part of a Sherwood Forest.
  • A grand Royal hunting lodge in Robin's day stood in a clearing in the wilderness in Sherwood Forest.
  • The Robin Hood legend has been a staple of Hollywood cinema since Douglas Fairbanks slapped on a pair of tights and pranced around a backlot Sherwood Forest in 1922. Movie Review: Robin Hood » Scene-Stealers
  • Now the enterprising county council is inviting tourists to rediscover one of the region's most beguiling attractions, Sherwood Forest.
  • An excellent archer, he lived in Sherwood Forest with the fair Maid Marian, the stalwart Little John, the priest Friar Tuck, the musician Allan-a-Dale, and others who helped him rob rich landlords and thwart his chief enemy, the sheriff of Nottingham. Robin Hood
  • A large part of its fifty miles by twenty were taken up with arable farming - corn, wheat, barley and oats - while such ancient woodlands as Sherwood Forest still remained.
  • Outlaw Girl of Sherwood Forest, Nancy Springer does just that.
  • Robin Hood invites the shepherds and shepherdesses of the Vale of Belvoir to a feast in Sherwood Forest, but the feast is marred by the arts of the witch Maudlin, aided by her familiar, Puck-Hairy.
  • Sunday Worship on 23 January 2005 comes from Beth Shalom in Newark, on the edge of Sherwood Forest.
  • Sherwood Forest, a medieval royal hunting forest, is best known as the home of the outlaw Robin Hood.
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