a range of low hills, from Hampshire to East Sussex, in S England.
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How to use South Downs in a sentence
I came quite close to the South Downs near Lewes, and all the lights were out in the houses, and the people gone to bed.Tono Bungay | H. G. Wells
For, in truth, it is the effect of a mirage, a phenomenon aught but rare in the region of the South Downs.The Land of Fire | Mayne Reid
Another means of dispersal is not so obvious on the South Downs.The Romance of Plant Life | G. F. Scott Elliot
In rambling by this little river the tourist will make acquaintance with the South Downs free and unadulterated.
And to begin with, I found myself crossing one of those gaps in the South Downs, each of which is held by a castle.England of My Heart--Spring | Edward Hutton
British Dictionary definitions for South Downs
a range of low hills in S England, extending from E Hampshire to East Sussex: proposed (since 1999) as a national park
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