[ US /ˈfɑɹmˌɫænd/ ]
[ UK /fˈɑːmlənd/ ]
  1. arable land that is worked by plowing and sowing and raising crops
  2. a rural area where farming is practiced
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How To Use farmland In A Sentence

  • In a few quick glances he absorbed the entire rolling farmland: green stonework mortared by tree windbreaks.
  • We are ready to work with landowners and farmers to look after farmland wildlife. Times, Sunday Times
  • In the midst of farmland just to the west of York is a huge open tip.
  • The idea is to finance programmes making it possible to afforest non-arable farmland, improve the quality of forests, invest in construction of forest roads, and develop forestry farms.
  • There have been other setbacks-like 160,247 hectares of farmland converted to industrial, residential or commercial uses.
  • The price of farmland is about to boom. Times, Sunday Times
  • To give some credit to Dr Cullen, he did finally gazette those changes, which have at least required farmland to be publicly advertised for sale in New Zealand before it is flogged off overseas - never mind how small the advertisement is.
  • The gorillas' natural habitat has been gradually destroyed to make way for farmland and cash crops for sale on the global market.
  • TWO men and a woman died yesterday when their helicopter crashed into farmland soon after it disappeared into heavy cloud in dark, wintry weather. Times, Sunday Times
  • The other item was a 'bulla' or a type of amulet [pictured left], discovered by Glen Camley, an amateur metal detector, on farmland at Inch near Downpatrick. Slugger O'Toole
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