Plural: treelands
Alternatives: tree-land, pl∙ tree-lands

Land with trees; woods; forest; orchard.


Then the south, then the west, and even behind the lake's yondershore, they are in charge of those treelands. (Context: As an introduction to a new mystery case, an old village woman describes in her specific language the areas managed by the local forestry administration. Source: J∙ Okram - The Mystery of the Rammed Key.)

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