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Definition of sheep walk in English:

noun

British
A tract of land on which sheep are pastured.
Example sentences
  • Burning is often used in the management of sheep walks and grouse moors, and poorly controlled fires can exacerbate these detrimental effects.
  • Learn about the Railway King, the Market Weighton Giant, and discover the history behind the sheep walks.
  • The region has been grassland probably since prehistoric times and was famous for extensive sheep walks until well into the 19th century.

Words that rhyme with sheep walk

sleepwalk

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