lowland

Part of speech: adjective

Pertaining to a low or level country.

Part of speech: noun

Lands that lie low; level land.

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Usage examples "lowland":

  1. The Gunna resembles the Lowland " Brownie." - "Elves and Heroes", Donald A. MacKenzie.
  2. Undoubtedly don Alfonso would immediately point out that her father Garcia de Loaisa had only twenty acres of lowland cotton in cultivation: what dowry would such a lazy family bring? - "Caribbee", Thomas Hoover.
  3. There was a short, sharp struggle for seats, and in the confusion we came off with the best, and found ourselves on the leading coach, whirling from the glare of the loch, through the cool shade of a wooded glen, to the stirring sounds of the " Standards on the Braes of Mar," shouted by a party of Lowland Sandies who filled the other seats. - "Our Journey to the Hebrides", Joseph Pennell and Elizabeth Robins Pennell.