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weald

noun \ˈwēld\

Definition of WEALD

1
:  a heavily wooded area :  forest <the Weald of Kent>
2
:  a wild or uncultivated usually upland region

Origin of WEALD

the Weald, England, from Middle English weeld, from Old English weald forest — more at wold
First Known Use: before 12th century

Rhymes with WEALD

Weald

geographical name \ˈwēld\

Definition of WEALD

region SE England in Kent, Surrey, & Sussex, between North Downs & S. Downs; once heavily forested

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