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weald

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Weald

The Weald d is the name given to an area in South East England situated between the parallel chalk escarpments of the North and the South Downs. It crosses the counties of Sussex, Hampshire, Kent and Surrey. It should be regarded as three separate parts: the sandstone `High Weald` in the centre; the clay `Low Weald` periphery; and the Greensan...
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weald

[n] - (Brit) an area of open or forested country
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Weald

• (n.) A wood or forest; a wooded land or region; also, an open country; -- often used in place names.
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weald

noun an area of open or forested country
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Weald

Weald noun [ Anglo-Saxon See Wold .] A wood or forest; a wooded land or region; also, an open country; -- often used in place names. « Fled all night long by glimmering waste and weald , And heard the spirits of the waste and weald Moan as she fled.» Tennyson. ...
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weald

A wood or forest; a wooded land or region; also, an open country; often used in place names. 'Fled all night long by glimmering waste and weald, And heard the spirits of the waste and weald Moan as she fled. ... <geology> ' (Tennyson) Weald clay, the uppermost member of the Wealden strata. See Wealden. ... Origin: AS. See Wold. ... Source: We...
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Weald

Lowlands area of south east England, composed of impermeable clay.
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