Definition of Fenlands

1. Noun. (plural of fenland) ¹



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Definition of Fenlands

1. fenland [n] - See also: fenland

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Fenlands

fenfluramine
fenfluramine hydrochloride
feng shui
feng shuied
feng shuiing
feng shuis
fengite
feni
fenis
fenitar
fenitars
fenitrothion
fenitrothion phosphatase
fenks
fenland
fenlands (current term)
fenlike
fenman
fenmen
fenne
fennec
fennec-fox
fennec fox
fennec foxes
fennecs
fennel flower
fennel seed
fennels
fennier

Literary usage of Fenlands

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1. Journal of the British Archaeological Association by British Archaeological Association (1879)
"... yet I venture to think that the English fenlands on their part have a story of much enterprise to tell, although, happily, that enterprise has been more ..."

2. The Englishman at Home: His Responsibilities and Privileges by Edward Porritt (1893)
"Peasant Proprietors of the fenlands. — Game Laws. — Privileges attaching to Large Estates. — Voting with the Landlord. — Decline of Landlords' Power in ..."

3. Bulletin of the New York Public Library by New York Public Library (1910)
"Marriages. v. I, pp. 129-143. London, 1907. 8°.) ARX fenlands. ... Grover (J. \V.) Ancient reclamations in the English fenlands. I pi. (Jour. ..."

4. American Literature, 1607-1885 by Charles Francis Richardson (1893)
"From the land of the Dacotahs, From the mountains, moors, and fenlands, ... "All the wild-fowl sang them to him, In the moorlands and the fenlands, ..."

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