What are woods?

  • (noun): The trees and other plants in a large densely wooded area.
    Synonyms: forest, wood

Some articles on woods:

Eric Scott Woods - Career
... Woods is uncomfortable using profanity ... the crew of Charmed had to use a voice-over for the profanity being spoken by Woods' character in the Something Wicca This Way Comes episode ... In 2012, Woods played Spencer in the action film The Philly Kid ...
Penola, South Australia
... the first Australian to gain Roman Catholic sainthood, who alongside with Julian Tenison Woods in 1866 established the first free Catholic school using the Woods/MacKillop Catholic education system ... Woods and MacKillop also established in Penola 'her' order of nuns, the Congregation of the Sisters of St Joseph of the Sacred Heart ...
Forest Preserve District Of Cook County - Facilities By Region - Region 4: North Cook County
... · Billy Caldwell Golf Course · Blue Star Memorial Woods · Bunker Hill · Caldwell Woods · Calvin R ... Chick Evans Golf Course · Chipilly Woods · Edgebrook Golf Course · Edgebrook Woods · Erickson Woods · Forest Glen Woods · Forest Way Grove · Glen Grove Equestrian ... Hernandez Family Picnic Area · LaBagh Woods · Linne Woods · Little House of Glencoe · Mary Mix McDonald Woods · Mathew Bieszczat–Volunteer Resource Center · Miami Woods · Perkins Woods · St ...
Into The Woods (disambiguation)
... Into the Woods is a musical production written by Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine ... Into the Woods may also refer to ...
Forest Preserve District Of Cook County - Facilities By Region - Region 7: Southwest Cook County
... Activity Areas · Bergman Slough · Black Partridge Woods · Cap Sauers Holding · Cherry Hill Woods · Forty Acre Woods · Horsetail Lake · McGinnis Slough ...

Famous quotes containing the word woods:

    Our woods are sylvan, and their inhabitants woodmen and rustics; that is selvaggia, and the inhabitants are salvages. A civilized man, using the word in the ordinary sense, with his ideas and associations, must at length pine there, like a cultivated plant, which clasps its fibres about a crude and undissolved mass of peat.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)