Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Woods"

The meaning of "Woods" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does I stumbled from the dark woods of my own past mean?
A: This is a metaphor.
The dark woods of their past likely means they had a troublesome past that was not happy and was probably dangerous, illegal, or scary.
If they stumbled from it, it means that they were trapped in their bad memories and escaped through a lot of effort that has made them weary. Now their bad past is behind them and they are "out of the woods", or free from the influence and reach of their past.
Q: What does you're hardly out of the woods mean?
A: Out of the woods = no longer in danger; safe. (Think if you were lost in a forest but found your way to a main road.)

Hardly out of the woods = might still be in danger

- Although she got an “A” on the test, she was hardly out of the woods. (Her other test scores were not that good.)
- The firm received $1 million in funding but it is far from being out of the woods. (The company is still in financial trouble.)
Q: What does out of the woods mean?
A: Away from danger.

"We're not out of the woods yet"
=
"There is still danger"

"I'm glad his surgery went well."
"We're not out of the woods yet. He needs another surgery."

= The man is still in danger.

"They stopped chasing us."
"We're not out of the woods yet. There's a trap up there."

= There is still danger
Q: What does out to the woods we go! mean?
A: Go to the forest (woods)
Q: What does out of the woods mean?
A: it means that you are past the worst part of something. you are through the bad part and it's all downhill from there.

Example sentences using "Woods"

Q: Please show me example sentences with to be out of the woods.
A: After this nights camping where there were many insects it feels great to be out of the woods
Q: Please show me example sentences with to be out of the woods.
A: Don't let your guard down; we're not out of the woods yet.

Using "the woods" as a metaphor for danger is the basis of the whole Stephen Sondheim musical "Into The Woods."
Q: Please show me example sentences with out of the woods .
A: "we're not out of the woods yet"

it means to not be safe or in the clear of something. for example, "Nacho was recovering from the flu but he wasn't out of the woods yet" meaning that while he was recovering, he wasn't in the clear or completely, 100% going to be alright. You would also hear this phrase in that Taylor Swift song "out of the woods". in her song she uses the phrase to ask if the relationship is in the clear and stable.
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Synonyms of "Woods" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between woods and forest ?
A:
woods. Plural
Forest. Singular
Q: What is the difference between woods and forest ?
A: I can use them interchangeably for the most part. A forest fire is never a woods fire. Beyond that, any large group of trees can be called the woods or the forest. Forest is the dictionary term. When you refer to a specific forest, you use forest. The black forest is always forest and not black woods.
Q: What is the difference between woods (for example: somewhere in the woods) and forest (for example: somewhere in the forest) ?
A: Yes, Example. "I'm going for a walk in the woods/forest."

If I had a small group of trees nearby. I would be inclined to call them a wood or woods. I tend to think of a forest as much bigger. There is no specific rule for this. It is subjective on the part of the speaker.
Q: What is the difference between woods and forest ?
A: Hmm. Whilst it is true that we call the material fro a tee "wood", "woods" has a distinct meaning of "a number of trees". The difference between "woods" and "forest" is that in general you would use "woods" for a smaller area than a "forest".
Q: What is the difference between out of the woods and off the hook ?
A: @uru: 'Off the hook' means you are no longer in trouble, will not be punished.
'Out of the woods' means you have made it out of a difficult and/or dangerous situation.

Translations of "Woods"

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Other questions about "Woods"

Q: we told what happened to us in the woods to parents, but no one believed. does this sound natural?
A: We told our parents what happened to us in the woods, but they didn't believe us.
Q: we told what happened to us in the woods to parents, but no one believed. does this sound natural?
A: Do you mean just your parents? If so:

"We told our parents what happened to us in the woods, but they didn't believe us"

If you mean other adults:

"We told some adults what happened to us in the woods, but no one believed us"
Q: We were walking in the woods when the weather was changing does this sound natural?
A: we were walking in the woods when the weather started to change
Q: He's foolish to walk in the woods by himself.
Yes. There are a lot of wolves in those woods. does this sound natural?
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Q: What's 'out of woods' means?( yes, it's about Taylor swift's new songs)
A: "Out of the woods" generally means that you are free of the current bad or troubling situation.

An example: you are in a bad relationship, but you broke up. Now you are "out of the woods."

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