Thinly-timbered in a sentence

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We travelled over land equal to any that we had seen, a deep black diluvium with grass three or four feet high, and thinly-timbered.
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I recrossed Batman's Creek, and travelled over thinly-timbered country of box, gum, wattle, and she-oak, with grass three of four feet high.
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Travelling twelve miles down we came, subsequently, upon a thinly-timbered forest of gum, wattle and oak.
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Examples of Thinly-timbered

Example #1
After travelling eight miles we struck the trail of the natives which in a short time led us to a branch of the tribe, consisting of one chief, his wife, and three children-fine, plump, chubby, healthy-looking urchins they were.
Example #2
We made an early breakfast and resumed our journey in order to reach the camp of the blacks, the smoke of whose fires we had seen yesterday.
Example #3
Travelling twelve miles down we came, subsequently, upon a thinly-timbered forest of gum, wattle and oak.
Example #4
The principal chief could not be less than six feet four inches high, and his proportions gigantic; his brother six feet two inches, also a fine man.
Example #5
I recrossed Batman's Creek, and travelled over thinly-timbered country of box, gum, wattle, and she-oak, with grass three of four feet high.
Example #6
Here, for the first time, the land became sandy, with a little gravel.