woodwose

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woodwose

(ˈwʊdˌwəʊz)
n
a hairy wildman of the woods
References in classic literature ?
Sooner or later they will get you, my dear Tarzan, and then they will lock the wild man of the woods up behind iron bars.
Children will make a giant rubbish-eating dragon, experience what it is like to be a bat hunting for prey in the dark ,and be entertained by the Wild Man of the Wood, plus a host of other activities.
It was followed by a pantomime, The Wild Man Of The Woods a tale about sacred, scary and special woods which could only can be saved from destruction by the wild man himself.
The top lot is one of only four known Henry VI wodewose spoons, its finial depicting the satyr-like wodewose or wild man of the woods (40,000 [pounds sterling]-60,000 [pounds sterling]).
GOING GREEN: Croft School pupils Owen Mallabone (left) and Gemma Hughes with Barry Patterson as the Wild Man of the Woods Picture: DARRYL SMITH
In a later work, Vita Merlini, Geoffrey further developed the story of Merlin by adapting a northern legend about a wild man of the woods gifted with powers of divination.
THE colourful Wild Man of the Woods paid a visit to the Market Hall Museum in Warwick to mark the opening of a new exhibition.
The day will have a family focus, with storytelling for children by the Wild Man of the Woods and the chance to take part in free wood sculpture workshops.