a low-lying region or area, as the coastal plains of the Carolinas and Georgia.
Other definitions for low-country (2 of 2)
Often Low-Country. of or relating to the Low Countries.
of or relating to a low country.
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How to use low country in a sentence
Charleston is a gorgeous city in the low country of the South.
At the south side of the basin there are two or three inlets of considerable size, that trend in towards a low country.
We shall then find it to have been one of the doubtful advantages that were gained by long years of low country soldiering.A Cursory History of Swearing | Julian Sharman
Once only she had journeyed into the low country, where she had seen those twin marvels, steam cars and brick chimneys.
In art, too, these low country provinces had made much progress.Great Artists, Vol 1. | Jennie Ellis Keysor
And the sun dominates by his absence, compelling the low country to sadness in the melancholy night.The Rhythm of Life | Alice Meynell