upland

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  • The northern part of the province has a more upland, forest-covered character.
  • A number of tracks head up into the uplands north and west of the village.
  • The water level in this area is higher than in the upland.
  • The southern part of the region is an upland area and northern part is relatively low lying.
  • Upland birds are found throughout the United States and much of the world.
  • Trees found in the area include white and red oak in the uplands.
  • This variety of locations is part of what makes upland hunting so popular.
  • The school was built on the grounds of a large family house called Uplands.
  • An additional of uplands still remains in private ownership and is being considered for development.
  • We had better take the train, and look at this Uplands place. Cited from More About Peggy, by Mrs G. de Horne Vaizey
  • Four railway lines pass through the Southern Uplands all in a roughly north-south direction.
  • This was almost exactly with the road which led to his home on the uplands. Cited from Earth's Enigmas, by Charles G. D. Roberts
  • The town has some of the highest uplands in the county.
  • The western area was part of the north-central European uplands.
  • Within the park they are found both on open upland areas and woodlands.
  • More recently a number of wind farms have been developed on upland sites.
  • Many of the in-stream features of a large upland river are not evident today.
  • Generally these communities are in the west of their countries and in more isolated upland or island areas.
  • Upland High School provides a variety of different clubs and organized groups for the student body.
  • The agreement included two-hundred square feet of land and thirty plots of upland.
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Words starting with upland

Synonyms of upland

Meaning of upland

  • adjective Used of high or hilly country