well-wooded

well-wooded

adj (well wooded when postpositive)
having abundant trees, shrubs, grasses, etc: a well-wooded escarpment.
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The hounds are kennelled near Chepstow and the hunt ranges over the rolling, well-wooded countryside of south Monmouthshire.
There is a good water supply and the hills around are well-wooded and picturesque.
To some extent, the increased activity and policies encouraged by the Dublin Society have left us with remnants of putative ancient woodland in privately-owned well-wooded estates, for example in Abbeyleix in Laois, and also in some state-owned woodland, such as the Glen of the Downs in Wicklow.
The newspaper claimed that ancient manuscripts and tradition assert that: 'The headless body of Llywelyn was interred at Llanrumney Hall, the fine old Elizabethan mansion standing in its well-wooded park at St Mellons on the confines of Cardiff.
But upon arrival at the well-wooded lake, I admonished Ezra again about the need for quiet.
The team found that glial cells called astrocytes use projections known as "end feet" to form a network of conduits around the outsides of arteries and veins inside the brain - similar to the way a canopy of tree branches along a well-wooded street might create a sort of channel above the roadway.
Muhammad Rafique said this park has a good number of resident species in the well-wooded parks, and a number of birds particular to agricultural environment.
It inhabits mainly the lowlands, in well-wooded habitat, from open woodland to dense forest as well as in plantations.
There is a good mix of native as well as ornamental species and all of the trees contribute to the well-wooded suburban character of this part of Coach Lane and provide habitat to support local wildlife, particularly birds.
Pine martens tend to live in well-wooded areas, making dens in hollow trees.
Wildlife Britain, edited by Kath Stathers, notes that the canals run through tranquil and well-wooded countryside with dramatic mills and historic industry.
5, 2003 (at Valencia) Continent 13, GB & Ireland 15 Course characteristics The highly-rated Wellington course, designed by Fred Hawtree, is a well-wooded parkland track which lends itself to plenty of birdie exchanges in matchplay