A tract of land having the characteristics of or used for a meadow.(noun)
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Use "meadowland" in a sentence
"And while the sun is shining, you can have a barbecue in your private garden or take a stroll through the rich mix of woodland and meadowland, which is Newcastle Great Park. ""
"Duckworth-Lewis's designated pub turned out to be miles from the centre of town across open meadowland."
"On the edge of Rathfinny, there is a patch of meadowland where there is evidence of a Roman settlement."