woody

[adj] - made of or containing or resembling wood
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woody

adjective made of or containing or resembling wood; `woody plants`; `perennial herbs with woody stems`; `a woody taste`
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Woody

A term describing an unpleasant hay taste in black tea.
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Woody

With hard (lignified) tissues that will retain their shape long after death.
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woody

tea taster's term indicating an undesirable grass or hay flavor in black tea
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Woody

Woody wines are oaky. This is a flaw.
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Woody

Refers to a vehicle which has part of its side body-panels covered or replaced with decorative wood.
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Woody

Giving the lender no right to seek payment or seize assets in the event of nonpayment from anyone ot
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Woody

tea taster's term indicating an undesirable grass or hay flavor in black tea
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Woody

Refers to hard-stemmed perennial plants that are capable of surviving cold weather without dying back.
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