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  • adjective Resembling or characteristic of a meadow.


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meadow +‎ -like


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  • While the camp was thus being prepared by some of the party, in this cozy elevated place, back among the trees, where it would not frighten the geese, others were equally hard at work making the nests out on the great open meadowlike place where the goose grass was most abundant.

    Winter Adventures of Three Boys

  • For gazing to the left, or northward, his eye ranged over the lovely undulating Sussex Weald, with its park-like, well-wooded hills and valleys, now in the first blush of their summer beauty, the leafage all tender green, and the soft meadowlike pastures gilded with the dazzling yellow of the over-abundant crowfoot.

    In the King's Name The Cruise of the "Kestrel"

  • In early spring when the herbage on the downs was scarce, the flocks moved to the meadowlike lands far in the valleys; in summer they returned to the hills; in autumn they went to the vales again.

    After London Or, Wild England

  • "It's all rocks and stones and rough going this side, and all green and meadowlike over the other.

    !Tention A Story of Boy-Life during the Peninsular War


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