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    Hi there,

    Could anyone please explain the difference between the words "forest" and "wood"?

    Thanks a lot

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    Quote Originally Posted by charliedeut View Post
    Hi there,

    Could anyone please explain the difference between the words "forest" and "wood"?

    Thanks a lot
    A wood or woods is an area that is densely covered with trees. A forest is a much larger area, also covered with trees and undergrowth, generally growing in its original natural state.

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