Thesaurus / moorland
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At times, from far up the moorland comes down even the strange cry of a buzzard, or the croak of a wandering raven.

In the West CountryFrancis A. Knight

No sign of its habitual rain and wind hung over the moorland.

Over the moorland came a terrible roaring such as a river might make tumbling through some subterranean abyss.

When he was gone the moorland about the cottage lay still and deserted.

In Kings' BywaysStanley J. Weyman

Besides, there is a tract of moorland just behind Hillhead Farm which, when laid out, would make a perfect golf links.

Shoeburyness, a town in Essex, near Southend, a stretch of moorland utilised by the Government for gunnery practice.

The Nuttall EncyclopaediaEdited by Rev. James Wood

The sunshine began to run in his veins, and all the moorland world was before him.

Cleg Kelly, Arab of the CityS. R. (Samuel Rutherford) Crockett

Cockhoolet stood high, and the country immediately round it was flat, and much of it moorland.

Clouds hung heavily in the sky and the moorland was wrapt in a fine mist so peculiar to that district.

The Day of JudgmentJoseph Hocking

He roved the Devon hills in wind and rain, drew into his lungs the fragrant breath of the moorland, and felt a better man.

Colorado JimGeorge Goodchild

WORDS RELATED TO MOORLAND

Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.