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wooden Indian
noun Date: 1855 a wooden image of a standing American Indian brave used especially formerly as a sign for a cigar store
woodenhead
noun Date: 1831 blockhead
woodenheaded
adjective Date: 1773 dense, stupid
woodenly
adverb see wooden
woodenness
noun see wooden
woodenware
noun Date: 1639 articles made of wood for domestic use
woodie
noun see woody II
woodiness
noun see woody I
Woodland
geographical name city W California NW of Sacramento population 49,151
woodland
I. noun Date: before 12th century land covered with woody vegetation ; timberland, forest • woodlander noun II. adjective Date: 14th century 1. growing, living, or ...
woodlander
noun see woodland I
Woodlark
geographical name island W Pacific in Solomon Sea off SE end of New Guinea; attached to Papua New Guinea area 400 square miles (1040 square kilometers)
woodlore
noun Date: 1871 knowledge of the woods
woodlot
noun Date: 1643 a restricted area of woodland usually privately maintained as a source of fuel, posts, and lumber
woodman
noun Date: 15th century 1. woodsman 2. capitalized [Modern Woodmen of America & Woodmen of the World] a member of either of two independent benevolent and fraternal societies
woodnote
noun Etymology: from its likeness to the call of a bird in the woods Date: 1632 verbal expression that is natural and artless
woodpecker
noun Date: circa 1530 any of numerous birds (family Picidae) with zygodactyl feet, stiff spiny tail feathers used in climbing or resting on tree trunks, a usually extensible ...
woodpile
noun Date: circa 1552 a pile of wood (as firewood)
Woodridge
geographical name city NE Illinois population 30,934
woodruff
noun Etymology: Middle English woderove, from Old English wudurofe, from wudu wood + -rofe (of unknown origin) Date: before 12th century 1. any of a genus (Asperula) of Old ...
Woods
biographical name Tiger 1975- Eldrick Woods American golfer
woods
adjective see wood III, 3
Woods, Lake of the
geographical name lake S Canada & N United States in Ontario, Manitoba, & Minnesota SE of Lake Winnipeg area 1679 square miles (4349 square kilometers)
woodshed
I. noun Date: 1777 1. a shed for storing wood and especially firewood 2. a place, means, or session for administering discipline II. intransitive verb (-shedded; -shedding) ...
woodsman
noun Date: 1688 a person who frequents or works in the woods; especially one skilled in woodcraft
Woodstock
geographical name city Canada in SE Ontario population 33,061
woodstove
noun Date: 1847 a stove that uses wood for fuel
woodsy
adjective (woodsier; -est) Date: 1854 characteristic or suggestive of woods
Woodward
biographical name Robert Burns 1917-1979 American chemist
woodwind
noun Date: 1876 1. any of a group of wind instruments (as a clarinet, flute, oboe, or saxophone) that are characterized by a cylindrical or conical tube of wood or metal ...
woodwork
noun Date: circa 1609 1. work made of wood; especially interior fittings (as moldings or stairways) of wood 2. a place or state of concealment, seclusion, or anonymity
woodworker
noun see woodworking II
woodworking
I. adjective Date: 1839 used for woodworking II. noun Date: 1858 the act, process, or occupation of working wood into a useful or desired form • woodworker noun
woodworm
noun Date: 1725 an insect larva (as of a furniture beetle) that bores especially in dead wood; also an infestation of woodworms
woody
I. adjective (woodier; -est) Date: 12th century 1. abounding or overgrown with woods 2. a. of or containing wood or wood fibers ; ligneous b. having woody parts ; ...
wooer
noun see woo
woof
I. noun Etymology: alteration of Middle English oof, from Old English ōwef, from ō- (from on) + wefan to weave — more at weave Date: before 12th century 1. a. weft 1a ...
woofer
noun Date: 1935 a loudspeaker usually larger than a tweeter, responsive only to the lower acoustic frequencies, and used for reproducing sounds of low pitch — compare ...
wool
noun Usage: often attributive Etymology: Middle English wolle, from Old English wull; akin to Old High German wolla wool, Latin vellus fleece, lana wool Date: before 12th ...

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