|top foliage of forest||overstory|
|act of turning bare land into forest||afforestation|
|American forest bird||puffbird|
|among trees, cover area with trees, forest, cover or plant with trees; supply wood for; equip oneself with firewood (wood up), fuel or building material, fuel something with wood, golf club, lumber; forest; log; firewood; wooden block; wooden musical i...||wood|
|any of various songbirds that have black and orange markings (North American species is called the Baltimore oriole), forest oriole, N American songbird, songbird of Europe, Asia, and Africa||oriole|
|any species of slender long-tailed monkey from the genus Cercocebus (native to forest regions of Africa), large African monkey||mangabey|
|area of short cultivated grass, semi-sheer fabric, stretch of grass-covered land (usually around a house or estate); glade, forest clearing (Archaic); fine cotton fabric, sheer linen||lawn|
|art of surviving in woods or forest; camping, trapping, hunting; woodworking, skill in making things from wood, skill in things concerning woods||woodcraft|
|attack with a sharp object, clear a forest by cutting, criticize, cut with a sharp quick stroke, gash, wound; reduce, lower; make sharp quick strokes; strongly criticize; create a way by cutting, debris from cut trees, long and deep cut, make a slit in...||slash|
|barren area, deliberately uncultivated land in garden, natural uncultivated land, uncomfortable situation, wastelands; forest; desert; range; back country; uninhabited region; garden for wild growth; wild or disordered state, jumble, confusing multitude||wilderness|
|betting game played with cards, forest, woods; (Spanish) card game||monte|
|Black Forest cake||Black Forest gateau|
|Black Forest gateau, chocolate cake||Black Forest cake|
|book describing trees, regional forest, sylva||silva|
|bushy plant with red autumn color, gas plant, shrub with red berries or foliage||burning bush|
|Canada jay, Canadian jay, N American forest bird, whiskey jack||gray jay|
|clear of forest or trees; to disforest||disafforest|
|clearance, movement of checks between accounts, open space in forest, section of forest which is free of trees; removal; cleaning, washing; clarification, elucidation||clearing|
|cleared area to halt a forest fire, fireguard, strip of earth cleared in order to prevent a fire from spreading in a wooded area||firebreak|
|clearing in forest, everglade, grassy clearing in forest||glade|
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