Meaning of woodlander in English:

woodlander

noun

  • An inhabitant of woodland.

    • ‘Following Shakespeare's plot closely, he gives us absconding lovers, local amdram yokels and bands of woodlanders led by the supernatural Sylvia and Angel.’
    • ‘In this luxuriant woodland country, lovingly described, live a group of native woodlanders, whose living depends upon trees, and certain outsiders with whom their lives become entwined.’
    • ‘As they entered the cubs and Ookami Ama looked up hopefully, this was the third day of searching and still there was nothing to found of the woodlanders’ missing alpha.’

Pronunciation

woodlander

/ˈwʊdlandə/