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wood lot

or woodlot

noun
1.
a tract, especially on a farm, set aside for trees.
Origin of wood lot
1635-1645
1635-45, Americanism
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  • But she hadn't the faintest idea in which direction lay the field (Bill had called it a wood lot) where the Loening was hidden.

  • Let them get permission from the owner to clean up his wood lot.

  • The tracks kept on up the road to her left--the wood lot must be in that direction.

  • Not now; he has gone over to the wood lot; but he will be back by the time you return.

    Now or Never Oliver Optic
  • Now I'm contented to go, and ef they do put a railroad track through my wood lot, it can't make me feel bad.

    The Harvest of Years Martha Lewis Beckwith Ewell
  • The wood lot was a portion of the forest, which had been reserved, to furnish a supply of wood for the winter fires.

  • The end of the wood–lot was reached and inquiries were made at the farmhouses.

    Fighting the Sea Edward A. Rand
  • That meant they were probably in the small trees next to the neighbor's wood lot.

    Maggie's Wish Marilyn D. Anderson
  • After breakfast Joe and Tad skidded more seasoned oak and hickory logs in from the wood lot.

    The Lost Wagon James Arthur Kjelgaard
  • It may be rotting in somebody's wood lot waiting till the right boy comes along.

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