a plain in N Israel, extending from the Mediterranean near Mt. Carmel to the Jordan River: scene of ancient battles.
- Also called Plain of Jezreel.
- Compare Megiddo.
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How to use Esdraelon in a sentence
Before they entered the Plain of Esdraelon, fields of precious corn nodded in the breeze, and long grasses waved to and fro.Little Folks | Various
Here you find a narrow valley letting you out of the Plain of Acra into that of Esdraelon.Early Travels in Palestine | Arculf et al.
Getting quit of Chibly we turned out of the plain of Esdraelon, and entered into the precincts of the half-tribe of Manasses.Early Travels in Palestine | Arculf et al.
They were strongholds in the great plain of Esdraelon, where most of the great battles of Canaan were fought.The Expositor's Bible: The Book of Joshua | William Garden Blaikie
In this class are included nearly all the large and fruitful plains like those of Jaffa, Ramleh, and Esdraelon.The English Village Community | Frederic Seebohm
British Dictionary definitions for Esdraelon
a plain in N Israel, east of Mount Carmel: Also called: Plain of Jezreel
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