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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsylvansyl‧van, silvan /ˈsɪlvən/ adjective literary  TAFrelating to a forest or trees
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sylvanAmid all this sylvan glory the notice giving the dentist's working hours struck a discordant note.Odilo is hysterically grateful for any sylvan handful or eyeful or mouthful that comes his way.A handsome yet sylvan prospect where you could promenade to the music of brass bands.On the banks of the Welland they found the sylvan setting appropriate for such an illustrious academic institution.Ibbeth Peril has secrets it discloses only to brave men but its sylvan surroundings can be enjoyed by all.
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