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noun (used with a singular or plural verb)

a range of chalk hills in southeastern England, south of the Thames, extending west to east about 100 miles (160 kilometers): Highest peak, Leith Hill, 965 feet (294 meters).

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Origin of North Downs

First recorded in 1815–20
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