Cotswolds

Cotswolds

[kots-wohldz, -wuhldz]
noun (used with a plural verb)
a range of hills in SW England, in Gloucestershire.
Also called Cotswold Hills.
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Cotswold

[kots-wohld, -wuhld]
noun
one of an English breed of large sheep having coarse, long wool.

Origin:
named after the Cotswolds, where the breed originated

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Cotswold (ˈkɒtsˌwəʊld, -wəld)
 
n
a breed of sheep with long wool that originated in the Cotswolds. It is believed to be one of the oldest breeds in the world

Cotswolds (ˈkɒtsˌwəʊldz, -wəldz)
 
pl n
a range of low hills in SW England, mainly in Gloucestershire: formerly a centre of the wool industry

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