- a grassland region with isolated or grouped trees, usually in temperate regions.
- wooded or verdant land for recreational use by the public; parklike terrain.
Origin of parkland
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Examples from the Web for parkland
“This is the Secret Service calling from Parkland Hospital,” it said.Jimmy Breslin on JFK’s Assassination: Two Classic Columns
November 22, 2013
A kind soul recognized he was a reporter, picked him up, and drove him to Parkland Hospital.Reporting the JFK Assassination: ‘No Miranda Rule, No PR People’
November 7, 2013
A Parkland man got in a punt, sending the ball to a great height.
Parkland fellows knew it also, and were as keen to win as Ranleigh.
If Parkland fellows are as fit as ours, why, then the tussle'll be all the harder.
But if he had his work to do, so also had the keeper of the Parkland goal.
He looked up at the sun and then round the parkland stretching about the house.The Red House Mystery
A. A. Milne
- grassland with scattered trees
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