[ UK /wˈʊdsi/ ]
  1. characteristic or suggestive of woods
    a fresh woodsy fragrance
  2. abounding in trees
    a woody area near the highway
    violets in woodsy shady spots
    an arboreous landscape
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How To Use woodsy In A Sentence

  • I remember - among many such memories - being led to a secret patch of chanterelles, a woodsy, nutty mushroom that preserves well, in a stand of primal spruce.
  •  The boy had lived in a backwoodsy neighborhood of Pennsylvania and wore shoes with split laces. Hungry
  • Like an architect, he created a series of forest rooms connected by woodsy hallways.
  • So of course I set my story in a rural woodsy town.
  • a fresh woodsy fragrance
  • You might like the peace and serenity of a woodsy setting perhaps near the ski slopes or across from a gentle mountain stream.
  • As a nature lover, you'll totally dig a woodsy or musky fragrance.
  • The biggest distinction between ‘sporty’ and ‘natural’ is that sporty scents are usually bright and citrusy, while natural ones tend to be woodsy and earthy.
  • We remarked that this didn't feel like a" woodsy "hike but the payoff is a cute little cabin at the small summit lookout. Adirondack Base Camp
  • The majestic Rocky Mountains and ready availability of woodsy cabins make Colorado a great getaway; it is truly famous for its winter sports.
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