woodedness

EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

wooded +‎ -ness

NounEdit

woodedness (uncountable)

  1. The state or degree of being wooded.
    • 2007, Diana K. Davis, Resurrecting the Granary of Rome (page 150)
      He then calculated that Morocco had a ratio of woodedness of only about 9 or 10 percent, based on his estimates of forest cover.
    • 2010, David St John Thomas, Journey Through Britain: Landscape, People And Books, page 57:
      Yes, there are many delightful areas, odd corners of real countryside - and of course great cliffs, brilliant hill walking, and a general state of woodedness not now found in much of the rest of England.
    • 2011, Diana K. Davis, Edmund Burke, Environmental Imaginaries of the Middle East and North Africa, page 74:
      Like Trolard before him, Boudy believed that North Africa should have a rate of woodedness of 30 percent, and that it did have earlier, during the thriving and productive Roman period.

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