Moor and Plain

Moor

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Moor noun – A broad area of level or rolling treeless country.
Usage example: as she wanders the windswept moor, the novel's heroine vows that she will never marry the vicar

Plain and moor are semantically related In some cases you can use "Plain" instead a noun "Moor".
Nearby Words: moored, moorland, mooring, moorage, moore
Synonyms for Moor

Plain

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Plain noun – A broad area of level or rolling treeless country.
Usage example: the first settlers in that area lived on the vast plains in lonely log cabins

Moor and plain are semantically related in level land topic. Sometimes you can use "Moor" instead a noun "Plain".
Nearby Words: plainly, plainness, plaint
Synonyms for Plain

How words are described

open open moor open plain
large large moor large plain
dark dark moor dark plain
mysterious mysterious moor mysterious plain
Other adjectives: vast.

Both words in one sentence

  • Brown Note As Lucan wrote, "What though the Moor the Basilisk hath slain, and pinned him lifeless to the sandy plain, up through the spear the subtle venom flies; the hand imbibes it, and the victor dies."
    Source: Brown Note
  • Pyrrhic Victory Lucian described it thusly: "What though the Moor the Basilisk hath slain, and pinned him lifeless to the sandy plain, up through the spear the subtle venom flies; the hand imbibes it, and the victor dies."
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