from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. Land sown with wheat.


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  • Stretching bituminously through patriotic wheatland past discount full-retail and Injun casinos from Coconut Groves to Golden Gates, like licorice taffy, we'll gobble it by the mile.


  • The additional wheatland had only put them further in debt.

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  • He gave the horses their heads and they were off once more through the cool night upon the wheatland sea that was bounded only by far purple shadows.

    Deep Furrows

  • She dropped suddenly from the vast, smooth-swelling miles of wheatland into the tortured marvels of the Bad Lands, and the road twisted in the shadow of flying buttresses and the terraced tombs of maharajas.

    Free Air

  • You will own miles of good land -- meadows, pastures, wheatland, orchards, forests.

    The Door

  • We left the flat plains and travelled through some rolling hills and cattle grazing land before emerging into wheatland again. TravelStream™ — Recent Entries at

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