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scabland

noun scab·land \ˈskab-ˌland\

Definition of SCABLAND

:  a region characterized by elevated tracts of rocky land with little or no soil cover and traversed or isolated by postglacial dry stream channels —usually used in plural
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First Known Use of SCABLAND

1904

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