wood lot


or wood lot  (wo͝od′lŏt′)
A usually private area used for growing trees, especially for building material or fuel.
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wood′ lot`

or wood′lot`,

a tract, esp. on a farm, set aside for trees.
[1635–45, Amer.]
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This afternoon as we were finishing a training session in a wood lot frequented by random hikers, we met a hiker and her dog coming down the trail.
Since I have easy access to firewood from my wood lot and some other sources, I burn wood in the hand fired furnace and heat the water in the tanks for very little cost, since the heating elements in the tanks are off most of the time.
Mahoney want to get wood lot owners and companies doing land clearing to help supply the wood, possibly as a tax-deductible donation.
In the hot summer of 1937, 12-year-old Patsy Ford enjoys taking care of her three younger sisters and helping her mother can fresh fruits and vegetables in a summer kitchen, adjacent to the wood lot that her father owns.
Oh, yeah, and this model also has electric start My only complaint: There's no trailer yoke for dragging it around the wood lot with a pickup or tractor.
The board ruled that Lot 3 could be used as a wood lot, but otherwise could not be separated from the original parcel.
This would mean for example, that a "wood lot owner" must pass on her/his wood lot in a better condition, bearing in mind the interests of all the plant and animal species living there, than she/he received it in.
On the south side of the train was a small but dense wood lot. The conductor made his careful way through our car speaking quietly and in the coded language that even I, as a child, had come to understand was a necessity.
In 1845, Emerson offered Thoreau the use of his newly purchased wood lot on Walden Pond to build his small cabin and live as a naturalist.
Some leads stutter their way into stories with a string of gerunds ("Jumping the ravine, running across the field and dashing through the wood lot ....