Etymology
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woodsy (adj.)

1848, American English, from woods (see wood (n.)) + -y (2).

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Definitions of woodsy

woodsy (adj.)
characteristic or suggestive of woods;
a fresh woodsy fragrance
woodsy (adj.)
abounding in trees;
violets in woodsy shady spots
Synonyms: arboraceous / arboreous / woody
From wordnet.princeton.edu