What is the difference between a Spinney and a copse?
As nouns the difference between copse and spinney is that copse is a thicket of small trees or shrubs while spinney is (uk) a small copse or , especially one planted as a shelter for game birds.
What is a copse of trees?
copse. A copse is a thicket of bushes or a small stand of trees. … The word first appeared in the late 16th century, as a shortened form of coppice, a word still used in British English, referring to an area with trees or shrubs that are periodically cut back to the ground so that they grow back thicker.