wooded or uncultivated country.
- weald , wield
Other definitions for Weald (2 of 2)
The, a region in SE England, in Kent, Surrey, and Essex counties: once a forest area; now an agricultural region.
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How to use weald in a sentence
He was born, he says, in the weald of Kent; and suffered much from his parents poverty, when young.The Book of Curiosities | I. Platts
In the parish church of Cranbrook, in the weald of Kent, is a curious bath for immersion, of which the following is the history.Curious Church Customs | Various
The sun had burst through the gauzy mists which veiled it, and the whole broad weald was washed in golden light.The Poison Belt | Arthur Conan Doyle
As you pass along you command a noble view of the wild, or weald, on one hand, and the broad downs and sea on the other.The Natural History of Selborne, Vol. 2 | Gilbert White
We live at a very quiet little country village in the weald of Surrey.Babylon, Volume 2 (of 3) | Grant Allen
British Dictionary definitions for weald (1 of 2)
British archaic open or forested country
British Dictionary definitions for Weald (2 of 2)
the Weald a region of SE England, in Kent, Surrey, and East and West Sussex between the North Downs and the South Downs: formerly forested
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