New England A tract of low-lying land, especially along a river.(noun)
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Use "intervale" in a sentence
"The crops were raised on the "intervale" and the cattle pastured on the mountain side."
"We had been living for some time at a place called Long Creek, on the margin of a broad and rapid stream, which might well have borne the more dignified appellation of river – the land on its borders was the flat, rich "intervale," so highly prized, formed by alluvial deposits."
"Despite a conflict over the intervale property, Fanny and her new husband lived there from 1794 until 1800."