[kots-wohldz, -wuh ldz]
- a range of hills in SW England, in Gloucestershire.
Also called Cotswold Hills.
[kots-wohld, -wuh ld]
- one of an English breed of large sheep having coarse, long wool.
Origin of Cotswold
named after the Cotswolds, where the breed originated
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Examples from the Web for cotswolds
It was in the Cotswolds and we were in a garden, on the side of a hill.
The Cotswolds derive their name from a low range of hills in Gloucestershire.The Principles of Breeding
S. L. Goodale
I am all for the Cotswolds in the last vacation before "Schools."Shandygaff
The earthquake of 1895 was very severely felt in the Cotswolds.
Green plover, or lapwings, are numerous enough on the Cotswolds.
- a range of low hills in SW England, mainly in Gloucestershire: formerly a centre of the wool industry
- a breed of sheep with long wool that originated in the Cotswolds. It is believed to be one of the oldest breeds in the world
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