(1) If you seek shelter in a wooded area, don't stand close to tall trees as they're more likely to be hit and the charge can side flash to you.(2) So we turned our backs on the sea, did a track, a field or two and dipped into our first wooded valley.(3) A quiet lane then leads down to reach Brockabank Farm in the secluded wooded valley of Eshton Beck.(4) All is spread out in a picturesque wooded glen with a brook flowing serenely nearby.(5) As we walked towards Torc Waterfall through a wooded area, the smell was just appalling.(6) Situated in a sheltered wooded valley, our dive site is protected from wind and acts as a suntrap on this bright morning.(7) Srebrenica sits in a long narrow valley with wooded slopes rising sharply on either side.(8) All teams stay in the adventure lodge, which is set in a wooded valley on the north Pembrokeshire coast.(9) Symbols and letters in mustard yellow and white were daubed on seats and rocks in the wooded ravine off Wells Road.(10) She ran into a wooded area, off Hillside Road, and although she tried to hide was found.(11) Turn left and follow this gradually uphill keeping a little wooded valley on your left.(12) Fifteen minutes later we leave open ground for lovely wooded valley.(13) The foothills are wooded , except in the south, and shelter valleys with vineyards and orchards.(14) A wooded hillside called Coille Mhialairigh rises above the Gleneig to Arnisdale road.(15) The lake, surrounded by wooded hills and heather moorland was beautiful enough.(16) Found in a wide variety of haunts including open or lightly wooded farmland, moors, wetlands and urban areas.
(1) wood :: עץ
2. treed ::
3. tree-covered ::
4. woody ::
5. sylvan ::
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