Prairie and Range


Prairie noun - A broad area of level or rolling treeless country.
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Synonyms for Prairie

Range and prairie are semantically related. In some cases you can use "Range" instead a noun "Prairie".


Range noun - Open land over which livestock may roam and feed.
Usage example: knew exactly how many head of cattle were turned out on the range that morning to graze

Prairie and range are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "Prairie" instead a noun "Range".

Nearby Words: ranged, rangy, ranging

Both words in one sentence

  • Literature / Little House on the Prairie Worth noting that this'd be all fresh, organic, free-range ingredients, too... As noted in the companion book The Little House Cookbook, this food porn might be due to the author having spent much of her childhood eating little else but cornbread, salt pork, and the occasional prairie rabbit.
  • Killer Rabbit In one episode of A Prairie Home Companion, cowboys Dusty and Lefty come across "The Free-Range Chicken", which they then engage, and nearly lose to, in a gunfight.
    Source: Killer Rabbit
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Range or Prairie. 2016. Accessed October 02, 2022.
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