Definition of Tablelands

1. Noun. (plural of tableland) ¹



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Definition of Tablelands

1. tableland [n] - See also: tableland

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Tablelands

tablebase
tablebases
tablebook
tablebooks
tablecloth
tableclothed
tablecloths
tabled
tablefork
tableful
tablefuls
tablehood
tablehopper
tablehoppers
tableland
tablelands (current term)
tableless
tablelike
tableman
tablemat
tablemate
tablemates
tablemats
tablement
tablements
tableness
tabler
tablers
tables
tables of contents

Literary usage of Tablelands

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1. Across Unknown South America by Arnold Henry Savage Landor (1913)
"... A COUNTRY OF tablelands THE Rio Barreiros was about 100 metres wide. It was reached through a thick belt, 100 metres in width, of trees and bamboos of ..."

2. Central Europe by Josef Franz Maria Partsch (1903)
"CHAPTER VI THE BLOCK MOUNTAINS AND tablelands OF CENTRAL EUROPE IF we follow the bends in which the chains of the Alpine system curve from the Ligurian Sea ..."

3. Central Europe by Josef Franz Maria Partsch (1903)
"... MOUNTAINS AND tablelands OF CENTRAL EUROPE IF we follow the bends in which the chains of the Alpine system curve from the Ligurian Sea to the Black Sea, ..."

4. Travels in the Central Caucasus and Bashan: Including Visits to Ararat and by Douglas William Freshfield (1869)
"... the Hills— The Jabbok—Camp of the Beni-Hassan—Suppressing a Sheikh—The Oak Forests of Gilead—The tablelands—An Uxorious Sheikh—Derat— The Roman Road—The ..."

5. Travels in the Central Caucasus and Bashan: Including Visits to Ararat and by Douglas William Freshfield (1869)
"... Es-Salt^-Lost on the Hills— The Jabbok — Camp of the Beni-Hassan — Suppressing a Sheikh — The Oak Forests of Gilead — The tablelands— An Uxorious Sheikh ..."

6. On the Mexican Highlands: With a Passing Glimpse of Cuba by William Seymour Edwards (1906)
"... A Journey Over Lofty tablelands ARID, MICHOACAN, MEXICO, November 26th. As WE wound higher and higher toward the summit of the hills, the town nestled ..."

7. On the Mexican Highlands: With a Passing Glimpse of Cuba by William Seymour Edwards (1906)
"... A Journey Over Lofty tablelands ARIO, MICHOACAN, MEXICO, November 26th. As WE wound higher and higher toward the summit of the hills, the town nestled ..."

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