noun Date: before 12th century down VI,1

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  • downland — /ˈdaʊnlænd/ (say downland) noun hilly pasture; undulating country, especially rolling grasslands …   Australian English dictionary

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  • downland — noun gently rolling hill country …   English new terms dictionary

  • downland — down·land …   English syllables

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  • Weald and Downland Museum — Einige Häuser des Museums Das Weald and Down Museum ist ein Museum für historische Gebäude in Sussex. Das Museum umfasst 50 Gebäude, die ab dem 15. Jahrhundert errichtet wurden. Es ist das Hauptmuseum historischer Gebäude in England – eine… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • North Downs — Downland Landschaft im Ranscombe Naturschutzgebiet in der Nähe von Cuxton, Kent. Die North Downs sind ein Höhenzug im Südosten Englands, der zur südenglischen Kreideformation gehört. Er zieht sich über 160 km von Hampshire durch Surrey und Kent.… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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