Definition of pastureland
: pasture 2
Examples of pastureland in a Sentence
The area between the mountains is mostly pastureland.
Recent Examples of pastureland from the Web
Officials in Hulunbuir said 16 million acres of pastureland had been affected.
Erin Hills, situated 35 miles northwest of Milwaukee and carved out of rolling pastureland, was a first-time U.S. Open site.
Erin Hills, an 11-year-old course shaped out of Wisconsin pastureland, didn't put up much of a fight without much wind.
ERIN, Wis. — An 11-year-old golf course shaped from Wisconsin pastureland was sure to bring something different to the U.S. Open.
The course: Wisconsin developer Robert Lang was behind the building of a public golf course on pure pastureland with hopes of attracting the U.S. Open.
Against this backdrop — pristine pastureland that dates to the Ice Age when a glacier retreated across Wisconsin — the 117th U.S. Open begins June 15 with plenty of intrigue that goes beyond the mystery of a new golf course.
Rolling Meadows Ranch, an equal housing opportunity developer, has spectacular views, nice hardwood trees, pristine rolling pastureland, an abundance of wildlife, and a gorgeous creek running throughout the community.
The Class of 2017 received diplomas in a school year that marked the 50th anniversary of the suburban college founded on pastureland.
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Definition of pastureland for English Language Learners
: a large area of land where animals feed on the grass
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