woodsy

[wood-zee]
adjective, woodsier, woodsiest.
of, or characteristic or suggestive of, the woods: a woodsy fragrance.

Origin:
1855–60, Americanism; wood1 + -s3 + -y1; cf. -sy

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woodsy (ˈwʊdzɪ)
 
adj , woodsier, woodsiest
informal (US), (Canadian) of, reminiscent of, or connected with woods: a woodsy mountain hideaway

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Example sentences
Planking salmon gives it a deep, woodsy taste and keeps it moist by protecting it from the flames.
The scenic region offers mountain views, woodsy forest, babbling creeks and tranquil lakes.
The cabins have a warm and woodsy decor with wood interior and overhead skylights.
The restaurant is also an architectural wonder, with a woodsy atmosphere and lots of soothing water features.
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