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Tuesday, December 06, 2011

Definitions for weald

  1. Wooded or uncultivated country.
  2. A region in SE England, in Kent, Surrey, and Essex counties: once a forest area; now an agricultural region.

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Citations for weald
I am tempted to give one other case, the well-known one of the denudation of the Weald. Charles Darwin, The Origin of Species
And your advertisements must refer to the other, which is Great Willingden or Willingden Abbots, and lies seven miles on the other side of Battle. Quite down in the weald. Jane Austen, Sanditon
Origin of weald
1150
Related to the word wild, weald comes from the Old English word weald meaning “forest.”
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