Field and Meadow


Field noun - A small area of usually open land.
Usage example: a field that is the frequent site of neighborhood softball games

Meadow is a synonym for field in nature topic. In some cases you can use "Meadow" instead a noun "Field", when it comes to topics like acreage, open land that can be cultivated. popular alternative

Nearby Words: fielded, fielding, fielder


Meadow noun - A field where grass or alfalfa are grown to be made into hay.
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Synonyms for Meadow

Field is a synonym for meadow in nature topic. You can use "Field" instead a noun "Meadow", if it concerns topics such as acreage. popular alternative

Nearby Words: mead, meadowy

How words are described

full full field full meadow
green green field green meadow
open open field open meadow
empty empty field empty meadow
Other adjectives: massive, large, huge, black, beautiful, peaceful, new, magical, grassy.

Both words in one sentence

  • Anime / Sorcerer on the Rocks Anti-Hero: Shibas Scotch is such a bad person that being in a "good" place like a clear field or meadow makes him ill.
  • Film / Ballad of a Soldier Meadow Run: A non-romantic example of this, as Alyosha's mother, out harvesting in the field, runs through the grain to embrace her son.
  • Film / Kings Row Meadow Run: The film ends with a triumphant Parris running to his new girlfriend Elise across an open field after Drake's psychological breakthrough.
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Meadow or Field. 2016. Accessed October 06, 2022.
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