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Woody

Slang to describe a market moving strongly upward, as in, "This market has a woody."

Woody

Informal; describing a sudden, large uptick in market prices. This may refer to a single security, but usually refers to a stock market at large. For example, one may say, "The market has a woody," to describe this situation.
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The background carries a little cassis and a tad of woodiness, which helps to balance the wine out.
A slight astringency, a mild, bitter finish and the aroma of herbal tea are enhanced by woodiness to round out the complex and appealing taste that chrysanthemum flower achieves, according to the company.
Aged an average of four years in French Limousin oak barrels, this tequila is made in Jalisco, Mexico, with 100 percent blue agave and has a dark amber color and light and sweet woodiness with overtones of oak, maple, cloves and almonds.
A bright copper color, Flor de Cana 18 Year Old Rum has a sweet spicy nose of clove, cinnamon and ginger backed by some woodiness.
2] must also have made an important contribution to the increased woodiness of Australian vegetation over time.
He plays the Andante with great sweetness and simplicity, and a touch of woodiness in his timbre hints at bird-song in the final movement, an impression Zoon seems to exploit in his stylish cadenza.
The taste is smooth and light - it's a fruity little number with a touch of pencil woodiness and a spicy finish.
Upfront brambly fruit, woodiness, on the nose, and a glug of black fruit which was nice but no showstopper.
Xylem in Aragoa lacks rays and rayless wood appears related to secondary woodiness (Carlquist, 1988).
And all the elements you look for, that horse barn nose, with some tart fruit and woodiness.
The background woodiness typical of instants makes for a poor finish, and the hydrolyzed cellulose clouds the cup, which makes instant coffee a poor choice for a black cup of coffee.