Woods may refer to:
- Wood, solid material from trees or shrubs
- Woods (surname), a family name
- Woods Motor Vehicle, manufacturer of electric automobiles in Chicago, Illinois between 1899 and 1916
Other articles related to "woods":
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... sainthood, who alongside with Julian Tenison Woods in 1866 established the first free Catholic school using the Woods/MacKillop Catholic education system in Australia ... Woods and MacKillop also established in Penola 'her' order of nuns, the Congregation of the Sisters of St Joseph of the Sacred Heart ...
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Famous quotes containing the word woods:
“The woods were as fresh and full of vegetable life as a lichen in wet weather, and contained many interesting plants; but unless they are of white pine, they are treated with as little respect here as a mildew, and in the other case they are only the more quickly cut down.”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)
“At last he rose, and twitchd his mantle blue,
Tomorrow to fresh woods and pastures new.”
—John Milton (16081674)