a wood growing in the wild or natural state; forest.

before 1150; Middle English wilde wode, Old English wilde wudu. See wild, wood1

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wildwood (ˈwaɪldˌwʊd)
archaic a wood or forest growing in a natural uncultivated state

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The sight of the two, the dead and the living, made me think of two at home who loved the wildwood well.
Wildwood has an outdoor spring-fed pool, a heated indoor pool, and a sauna and hot tub.
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