meadow definition

  • noun:
    • A tract of grassland, in a choice of its all-natural state or used as pasture and for growing hay.
    • A field or pasture; some land covered or developed with lawn, generally intended to be mown for hay; an area of low lying vegetation, particularly near a river.
    • A tract of reasonable or standard land creating grass which can be mown for hay; any area which lawn is cultivated for hay.
    • Low land covered with coarse grass or position herbage near rives plus in marshy places by the water.
    • A low, level area of land under lawn, and generally mown yearly or oftener for hay; in addition, an item of grass-land in general, whether employed for the raising of hay or as pasture-land.
    • A feeding-ground of seafood, as cod.
    • An icefield or floe upon which seals herd.
    • a field where lawn or alfalfa are become made into hay
  • adjective:
    • Of or related to a meadow; for the nature of a meadow; produced, developing, or living in, a meadow.

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