An area of rolling downs, often grassy pasture over chalk or limestone(noun)
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Use "downland" in a sentence
"In the exposed plantation known as Sentry Hill Wood, beech leaves are brown and the patch of Lloyd George's ground left as downland when a tax was imposed on reclamation is covered in rank bracken and bedraggled rosebay willowherb interspersed with gorse, rowan, willow and oak."
"And if you have to wait a while, enjoy the views across rolling National Trust downland to Lyme Bay on the Jurassic Coast."
"I downland anything I see interesting or reviewed from anywhere."