Definition of Springwoods
1. springwood [n] - See also: springwood
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Literary usage of Springwoods
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Lineage Book by Daughters of the American Revolution (1895)
"Granddaughter of Fayette Ball, of "springwoods," and Mary Thomson Mason, his wife, of " Hollin Hall," Fairfax county ..."
2. Tait's Edinburgh Magazine by William Tait, Christian Isobel Johnstone (1853)
"Above all, whithersoever he goes or whatsoever he is doing, whether gathering pale cowslips in the springwoods, or listening to monotonous runnels bubbling ..."
3. Dendrologia: Or, A Treatise of Forest Trees, with Evelyn's Silva, Rev., Cor by James Mitchell, John Evelyn (1827)
"Yet I doubt not that my denying a circulation of sap, and exploding the old barbarous system of Runing and springwoods, I shall draw upon me the censure of ..."
4. Stone; an Illustrated Magazine (1898)
"springwoods, Va.—The Union Marble Company near Saltpetre Cave, in this county, has lately organized with a capital of $25000. L- C. Parker, manager. ..."