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forested

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Forestry
forestedfor‧est‧ed /ˈfɒrɪstɪd $ ˈfɔː-, ˈfɑː-/ adjective 🔊 🔊 TAFforested areas are covered in forests syn woodedthickly/heavily/densely etc forested 🔊 heavily forested terrain
Examples from the Corpus
forestedThe landscape was flat, forested and every so often there were small wooden villages.A stream meandered past it and cascaded into the depths of the forested cliffside.They were running through thickly forested country, and tension began to mount in the car.She climbed stairs and peered through wide windows at the canyon and the forested land that stretched away to south and west.The north of the area is distinguished by enormous forested mountain plateaux with deep river-carved valleys.They had been lucky to find it in this hilly and heavily forested terrain.Soon after setting off we came to a forested valley along the banks of the Gwaun.The scenery is breathtaking, a unique combination of mountains, fells, pastures and forested valleys filled with lakes and farms.thickly/heavily/densely etc forestedTalabecland Talabecland is a large province which is heavily forested and sparsely populated.They were running through thickly forested country, and tension began to mount in the car.They had been lucky to find it in this hilly and heavily forested terrain.
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