of, relating to, residing in, or situated in the interior of a region or country; inland.
the interior of a region or country.
toward, into, or in the interior of a country: The explorers trekked upcountry.
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How to use upcountry in a sentence
They are a cross breed from the original upcountry dog and the Persian greyhound.Sport and Work on the Nepaul Frontier | James Inglis
I spent many jolly weeks in the island, staying with friends upcountry.The Wind in the Willows | Kenneth Grahame
When a truckle-bed with a sick man (some invalid agent from upcountry) was put in there, he exhibited a gentle annoyance.Heart of Darkness | Joseph Conrad
Not long afterwards the two ladies were left alone for some days as Mr. C. was obliged to go upcountry on business.Bengal Dacoits and Tigers | Maharanee Sunity Devee
As soon as Aunt Nancy heard of the trouble, she made her appearance in the upcountry again.Stories Of Georgia | Joel Chandler Harris
British Dictionary definitions for upcountry
of or coming from the interior of a country or region
derogatory lacking the sophistication associated with city-dwellers; countrified
the interior part of a region or country
towards, in, or into the interior part of a country or region
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