noun (used with a plural verb)
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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.
In September, as you walk over the fields, the Cotswolds are seen at their best.