Malvern Hills

Malvern Hills

[mawl-vern, maw-]
noun
1.
a range of hills in W England, bisecting Hereford and Worcester: highest point, 1395 feet (425 meters).
2.
a city in Hereford and Worcester, in W England.
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Malvern Hill

[mal-vern]
noun
a plateau in E Virginia, SE of Richmond: battle 1862.
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malvern hills

district, administrative county of Worcestershire, western England. The district lies almost entirely within the historic county of Worcestershire, except for a small area between Leigh Sinton and Acton Green that belongs to the historic county of Herefordshire. Its dominant physical feature is the heath-covered Malvern Hills, trending north-south along its western border

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