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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Nature
woodsywood‧sy /ˈwʊdzi/ adjective American English informal  DNrelating to the woods a woodsy smell
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woodsyLike an architect, he created a series of forest rooms connected by woodsy hallways.The parking lot is quickly transformed into a woodsy park.Their motel was off from the main thoroughfare, protected by trees and woodsy seclusion.It was an airy, almost woodsy, unhappy place.
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