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A.Word.A.Day--weald

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This week's theme: short words.

weald (weeld) noun

A woodland.

[From Old English weald (forest).]

See more usage examples of weald in Vocabulary.com's dictionary.

-Anu Garg (words at wordsmith.org)

"I loved the weald and the buzzards circling in the sky." Philippa Gregory; The Other Boleyn Girl; Touchstone; 2003.

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