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moorland

[ moor-luhnd, -land ]
/ ˈmʊər lənd, -ˌlænd /
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noun Chiefly British.
an area of moors, especially country abounding in heather.
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Origin of moorland

before 950; Middle English more lond,Old English mōrlond.See moor1, -land
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British Dictionary definitions for moorland

moorland
/ (ˈmʊələnd, ˈmɔː-) /

noun
British an area of moor
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