Complete Definition of "backwoods"

English

Etymology
From back + woods

Noun
backwoods (pl)

  1. Partly or wholly uncleared forest
  2. A remote or sparsely inhabited region; away from big towns and from the influence of modern life

Adjective
en-adj|-

#Pertaining to the backwoods.
#Rough, uncouth, coarse or crude in social matters.

References
R:Webster 1913

Derived terms
backwoodsman

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Revision and Credits for"backwoods"
  • 2007-08-26 00:52 - RJFJR - +adj-#Pertaining to the backwoods.#Rough, [[uncouth]], coarse or crude in social matters.

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