Cotswold definition

  • noun:
    • A sheep of a breed distinguished by its lengthy wool, originally developed when you look at the Cotswold Hills.
    • An open nation abounding in sheepcotes, such as the Cotswold mountains, in Gloucestershire, The united kingdomt.
    • actually, a wold where you will find sheep-cotes: the name of a range of hills in Gloucestershire, England.
    • sheep with lengthy wool originating in the Cotswold Hills
  • adjective:
    • Of or with respect to the Cotswolds array of hills.
    • a mode of conventional Morris dancing via the Cotswolds section of The united kingdomt.

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