Farmland and Town


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Farmland noun – A rural area where farming is practiced.
Town is an antonym for farmland.
Nearby Words: farm, farming, farmer, farmed, farmyard
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Town noun – A thickly settled, highly populated area.
Farmland is an antonym for town.
Nearby Words: township, townsman
Antonyms for Town
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  • Arcadia In Fable II, the town of Oakfield is a great example of Arcadia, consisting mostly of farmland with a few houses, produce stalls, and an inn.
    Source: Arcadia
  • Zombie Apocalypse They Hunger, set in a small town and acres of farmland and ruins, appears to use modified Russo rules - the zombies are tough, but they're still killable and don't drop from headshots, BUT they die if they're shot anywhere for long enough.
  • Deep South Although the real mid-Southern and Southeastern United States has a far wider range of locales and settings, the Deep South as it appears on TV is usually one tiny rural town after another, separated by miles of farmland or steep, forested mountainsides.
    Source: Deep South
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