Definition of hard-wooded in English:

hard-wooded

adjective

  • 1Especially of a tree: having hard wood.

  • 2Of or relating to broadleaved or dicotyledonous trees (as opposed to coniferous trees). Compare "hardwood". Now rare.

Origin

Late 17th century; earliest use found in Samuel Butler (d. 1680), poet. From hard + wood + -ed.

Pronunciation

hard-wooded

/hɑːdˈwʊdɪd/