[ UK /lˈə‍ʊləndz/ ]
[ US /ˈɫoʊˌɫændz/ ]
  1. the southern part of Scotland that is not mountainous
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How To Use Lowlands In A Sentence

  • The moist eastern slopes of the Andes tumble to dank, humid, jungle lowlands whose rivers are the highways for transportation.
  • The area encompasses zones of subarctic mountain birch forest in the lowlands, heather and grassland higher up, and mountainous alpine terrain at the highest altitudes.
  • But could the platforms, seen as extensive patterning in aerial surveys of the Maya lowlands just as likely have formed naturally?
  • The eastern plains, or llanos, account for 60 percent of the country's territory and are sparsely populated, as are the coastal lowlands.
  • To the west lie the Bordeaux lowlands and the Gironde Estuary, to the south the plains of Languedoc, and to the east the Rhône valley.
  • In this image, dust plumes completely obscure the lowlands west of Bo Hai, and thinner dust plumes mix with clouds over the ocean. NASA Earth Observatory
  • Highland areas would be reforested to create a filter through which rain and groundwater could be purified for use in the more populated valleys and lowlands.
  • He would willingly raid into the Scotch lowlands; but his courage failed him at the border, and he regarded England as a perilous, unhomely land. Memories and Portraits
  • The Angles eventually took the remainder of England as far north as the Firth of Forth, including the future Edinburgh and the Scottish lowlands’.
  • Yes, it makes Sean Kingston's Beautiful Girls look like Sad-Eyed Lady of the Lowlands, but Mohombi isn't about furrowing brows, he's about fun with a capital bilabial fricative. Mohombi (No 845)
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