cropland

[ krop-land ]
/ ˈkrɒpˌlænd /

noun

land suitable for or used for the cultivation of crops.

Nearby words

  1. crop top,
  2. crop up,
  3. crop-dust,
  4. crop-dusting,
  5. crop-eared,
  6. cropped,
  7. cropper,
  8. croppie,
  9. cropt,
  10. croquembouche

Origin of cropland

First recorded in 1840–50; crop + land

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Examples from the Web for cropland

  • They recollect that there's 40 million acres of cropland in Canada—250 million bushels of wheat to move.

    Swirling Waters|Max Rittenberg