backwoods definition

  • noun-plural:
    • Heavily wooded, uncultivated, thinly satisfied areas.
    • a location this is certainly definately not populace centers or this is certainly held is culturally backward.
    • The forests or partly cleared grounds on the frontiers.
  • noun:
    • Partly or completely uncleared woodland, especially in North America.
    • A remote or sparsely inhabited region, particularly in North America; far from big towns and from the influence of modern-day life.
    • a remote and undeveloped location
  • adjective:
    • Pertaining to the backwoods.
    • Rough, uncouth, coarse, or crude in personal matters.
  • others:
    • Wooded or partially uncleared and unsettled districts within the remote parts of a new country; therefore, in the usa and Canada, any rough or thinly settled region far from the centers of population.

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