upland[ uhp-luh nd, -land ]SEE DEFINITION OF upland
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR UPLAND
The upland stretches into the heart of the country for twenty furlongs at least.
Usually it grows on river banks, on islands or in upland ravines.
The brow of the upland overtops the square tower of the Colebrook Church.
But there was more than one way by which the upland could be reached from below.
And now let us leave the upland, and descend to the sea-board; there is a sight for you upon the billows!
You have come to sweep the intruder into the great swamp on the upland.
You have come to sweep it away into the small swamp on the upland.
It was late by the time I reached the upland, but I was rewarded for my climb.
"Stop a minute," he said, pointing to an upland bank where the sun lay warm.
On some upland farm, a plough had been left standing in the field.