One of the storylines of that movie has hypochondriac woody enduring a cancer scare.
Too much time in barrel equals a woody tasting, overly buttery, finish.
woody Guthrie, Bob Dylan, Tom Waits, Leonard Cohen, Jackson Browne.
It took me little more than two years to complete my film, woody Allen: A Documentary.
Even people who give woody the benefit of the doubt and defend him on the internet are often confused on a few points.
Its woody thorns are more abundant and stronger than when when flourishing in richer soil.
They passed over the Blue Ridge where it breaks south into woody hills.
The sun rose in majestic splendour, and the scene before us was a little world of woody hills and valleys.
Some species are very large, some are small, some fleshy, and some are corky or woody.
Later in the season, the cambium becomes firmer and more differentiated, and union of woody parts is more uncertain.
late 14c., "overgrown with trees and shrubs," from wood (n.) + -y (2). Of plants, "having a stem of wood," from 1570s. As a name for a kind of station wagon with wood panels, by 1961, U.S. surfer slang (real wood exterior panels were rare after 1951 and the last use of real wood was in the 1953 Buick Roadmaster Estate Wagon). Slang meaning "erection" attested by 1990 (for hardness).
The thick xylem of trees and shrubs, resulting from secondary growth by the vascular cambium, which produces new layers of living xylem. The accumulated living xylem is the sapwood. The older, dead xylem in the interior of the tree forms the heartwood. Often each cycle of growth of new wood is evident as a growth ring. The main components of wood are cellulose and lignin.
To rehearse; practice one's part, role, etc, esp to do so alone and rigorously: Bix did plenty of woodshedding, playing alone/ I just learned a new technique and I've got to shed on it
[1930s+ Jazz musicians; fr the woodshed as the traditional place where one could be alone to work, think, smoke, etc]