meadowland

noun
mead·ow·land | \ ˈme-dō-ˌland , -də- \

Definition of meadowland 

: land that is or is used for meadow

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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, "Every Night Perfect," 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, "See Inside Apple’s New Spaceship Amphitheater," 12 Sep. 2017

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1530, in the meaning defined above

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