Definition of open range in English:

open range

Syllabification: o·pen range

noun

North American
A large area of grazing land without fences or other barriers.
More example sentences
  • The cabin doesn't sit out on the open range where the buffalo roam but down in the rough ground near Beaver Creek.
  • A city is an ‘open economy,’ free to immigration of everything but land, something like an open range or fishery.
  • And despite my own once-soaring images of life on the open range, there's little in the way of romance.

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