See also: Upland

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EtymologyEdit

From Middle English upland, from Old English ūpland (the country); equivalent to up- +‎ land.

The word as an adjective developed in Middle English.

NounEdit

upland (plural uplands)

  1. The area in the interior of a country with a generally higher elevation; often hilly, but not generally mountainous (compare highlands).
  2. (obsolete) The country, as against the town.

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upland (not comparable)

  1. Of, relating to, or situated in the uplands.

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