noun Chiefly New England.
Examples from the Web for intervale
And in company with three other extremely rich men he arranged, once a year, a Field Day for the town of Intervale.
The intervale (mainly in meadow) is much wider on the left bank, the swell beyond it being in some places scarcely visible.Glances at Europe|Horace Greeley
In a region with scarcely any level land or intervale, farmers are at a disadvantage.On Horseback|Charles Dudley Warner
All through the spring and early summer months, boys were in training for miles around, getting ready for Intervale's Field Day.
The forest on the intervale between the stream and the mountain was mainly of spruce, basswood, yellow birch and a few firs.When Life Was Young|C. A. Stephens