Parkland [noun]

Definition of Parkland:

land that is reserved for pleasure, recreation

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Sentence/Example of Parkland:

A Parkland man got in a punt, sending the ball to a great height.

Parkland fellows knew it also, and were as keen to win as Ranleigh.

If Parkland fellows are as fit as ours, why, then the tussle'll be all the harder.

But if he had his work to do, so also had the keeper of the Parkland goal.

He looked up at the sun and then round the parkland stretching about the house.

The motorcade promptly accelerated and traveled at high speeds up to 75 to 80 miles an hour to Parkland Memorial Hospital.

Obvious reasons for this failure lie in the scarcity of parkland and of perennial pasture for large cattle.

There was a terrific burst of cheering when at length the Parkland eleven put in an appearance.

Not that Ranleigh had stood still and silent when Barlow and the Parkland team came on to the field.

For Parkland was near at hand, and had sent every boy and master to watch the historic contest.