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Definition of "dryland" [dryland]

  • Land that is arid, but not so dry as to be a desert. (noun)

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Use "dryland" in a sentence
  • "Self-patterning of vegetation has been identified in dryland ecosystems worldwide, such as the “tiger striped” savanna of the African Sahel and the banded shrublands of Australia."
  • "It's this type of use, or misuse, of water for high-altitude crops, and ones with only an indirect return, getting processed through a cow (or worse, fed to somebody's pet horse), rather than direct human benefit crops such as dryland or semi-dry spring wheat or pinto beans, that Marc Reisner decried in "Cadillac Desert.""
  • "Apparently, this is the way dryland salvias like to grow - in little cracks and crevices."
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