- a range of low hills, from Hampshire to East Sussex, in S England.
Examples from the Web for south downs
Historical Examples of south downs
What is known as the South-Downs in Sussex is a range of hills of a general height of seven hundred feet.The Prehistoric World
E. A. Allen
Amongst them are parts of the Berkshire and Wiltshire downs, and some of the South-downs, though these are usually too undulating.The Art and Practice of Hawking
Edward B. Michell
- a range of low hills in S England, extending from E Hampshire to East Sussex: proposed (since 1999) as a national park