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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Agriculture
pasturelandpas‧ture‧land /ˈpɑːstʃəlænd $ ˈpæstʃər-/ noun [uncountable]  TApasture
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pasturelandIn agricultural districts pastureland is usually fenced.Over 200m above sea-level barley is grown and there is pastureland for sheep and cattle, with a small amount of woodland.He had won that place by raising cattle on pastureland made from scratch.Beyond, the pastureland sloped up to the skyline.Grooves in the pastureland showed where the drive had swung round to the front door.The mare was breathing hard as she trotted up the pastureland.Stone ruins were dotted about the site, several yards apart, like an abandoned village whose streets had turned to pastureland.
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