Examples of scrubland in a Sentence
a large area of scrubland
the scrublands of the American West
Recent Examples of scrubland from the Web
There’s so little traffic that the surrounding scrubland is beginning to reclaim some of the parking lots.
The venomous but docile tarantula is native to Mexican deserts and scrublands, and is named after its red-orange leg joints.
Some suggest relocating the Palestinians to distant scrubland.
As a result, the native, coastal habitat of the San Quintín kangaroo rat changed from coastal scrubland to fields of strawberries and hot houses full of tomatoes, the museum reports.
The last time anyone saw the San Quintin kangaroo rat was more than 30 years ago, in the arid scrublands of Baja California, Mexico.
Sitting on a test stand, its exhaust pointed at an empty section of Utah scrubland, is a SR118 solid rocket motor.
In less than a generation, drought and fires in western North America could reshape some forests into dry scrublands, where only smaller, water-hardy, and fire-resistant trees thrive.
Most lie in India's northern deserts and southern scrubland, where state and local authorities are racing to fulfill Modi's agenda and foreign companies are vying for pieces of perhaps the last great solar market.
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SCRUBLAND Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of scrubland for English Language Learners
: land that is covered with small bushes and trees
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