/ (ˈlɪntʃɪt) /
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a terrace or ridge formed in prehistoric or medieval times by ploughing a hillside
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Word Origin for lynchet
Old English hlinc ridge
Words nearby lynchet
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How to use lynchet in a sentence
Low down the hill, running parallel with the road, is a little lynchet, topped by a few old hawthorn bushes.
The line of the lynchet-top merges into the slope behind it, so that it is not seen.