mead·​ow·​land | \ ˈme-dō-ˌland How to pronounce meadowland (audio) , -də- \

Definition of meadowland

: land that is or is used for meadow

Examples of meadowland in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web Its real estate portfolio contains swaths of open space, meadowland and other natural areas that, before the 2001 bankruptcy, conservationists had been eyeing for years. Spencer Silva,, 24 June 2019 People from points east fought post-work traffic through tunnels or across bridges and paid $30 to park in lots as vast and indistinguishable as the meadowlands around the stadium. James Lynch, Popular Mechanics, 5 Sep. 2017 The 20-foot tall structure is perched on a hill amid meadowland at Apple Park, as the immaculately landscaped, 175-acre property is called. Robert Hackett, Fortune, 12 Sep. 2017

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First Known Use of meadowland

1530, in the meaning defined above

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“Meadowland.” Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, Accessed 26 Jul. 2021.

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