Examples of scrubland in a Sentence
a large area of scrubland
the scrublands of the American West
Recent Examples of scrubland from the Web
Giant wind turbines owned by Neoen, a French company, loom over it in the dusty red scrubland outside Jamestown, north of Adelaide, the capital of the state of South Australia.
Such marks the southerly edge of Dragonland, 260 acres of scrubland heath.
Wildfires are getting bigger and more intense, and after a fire, the land may never return to forest, but convert to scrublands.
The spectacle of the new Theatre Amsterdam – built specifically for this production – rises from flat scrubland, facing an oil terminal and ageing barges that gently rise and fall in the grey water.
The structures within town are located in chaparral scrubland that had not burned in at least 40 years.
From the scrubland opposite him, a group of wiry young fighters in tattered fatigues gathered, cradling Kalashnikovs.
If such an environmental intrusion were to occur at Split Oak Forest, Tavistock and Deseret -- which are pursuing enormous development in the area -- would conserve an adjacent corridor of forest and scrubland.
More than 100 officers from 15 law enforcement agencies joined the hunt for the girl's body, scouring hundreds of acres of woods and scrubland and a pond behind the apartments.
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First Known Use of scrubland
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Definition of scrubland for English Language Learners
: land that is covered with small bushes and trees
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