Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • n. A tract of land having the characteristics of or used for a meadow.

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  • n. A tract of land cultivated as a meadow

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Examples

  • And while the sun is shining, you can have a barbecue in your private garden or take a stroll through the rich mix of woodland and meadowland, which is Newcastle Great Park. "

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  • Duckworth-Lewis's designated pub turned out to be miles from the centre of town across open meadowland.

    Being Duckworth-Lewis: cricket's weather-break mathematicians

  • On the edge of Rathfinny, there is a patch of meadowland where there is evidence of a Roman settlement.

    England's Sparkling Dream

  • The festival is the brain child of Noma owners René Redzepi and Claus Meyer and will take place in the meadowland near 'the world's best restaurant' where local farmers will rub shoulders with gastro notoriety such as David Chang, during two days dedicated to exploring the 'plant kingdom'.

    Honest Cooking: Rock n' Rolls: The Summer Of Food Festivals

  • The festival is the brain child of Noma owners René Redzepi and Claus Meyer and will take place in the meadowland near 'the world's best restaurant' where local farmers will rub shoulders with gastro notoriety such as David Chang, during two days dedicated to exploring the 'plant kingdom'.

    Honest Cooking: Rock n' Rolls: The Summer Of Food Festivals

  • The amount of pine forest and meadowland consumed by the fire had been about 408,887 acres Friday and about 386,000 on Thursday.

    Arizona fires: Wallow grows to 430,000 acres

  • All that had lined the road were stretches of rocky meadowland dotted with a few cows.

    Under a Maui Moon

  • We drove down Old Jeanerette Road through sugarcane acreage and meadowland, the wind riffling Bayou Teche in the sunlight, the rain ditches on either side of us littered with trash of every kind.

    The Glass Rainbow

  • Immediately below them a village lay in its patterned fields, beyond it narrow meadowland melting into salt flats and shingle, and then the wide expanse of sea, and beyond that again, distant but clear in the late afternoon light, the coast of Anglesey stretched out northward, to end in the tiny island of Ynys Lanog.

    His Disposition

  • Towers of ice, it looked like, or clear glass, because when the sun set behind the city its light didn't so much as dim, and the city cast no shadow on the meadowland around it.

    He Don't Know Him

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