country park

  1. British an area of countryside, usually not less than 10 hectares, set aside for public recreation: often funded by a Countryside Commission grant

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How to use country park in a sentence

  • Exhausted and discouraged, she sank down by the roadside at a grassy spot where the street turned into a country park.

    Dorothy Dale's Great Secret | Margaret Penrose
  • Who shall say what induced Henry the Sixth in 1451 to make this mere country park a Parliamentary borough, returning two members?

    The Brighton Road | Charles G. Harper
  • And on all this we have, of set purpose, improved by our invention of the country park.

    The Rhythm of Life | Alice Meynell