Definition of Campestral

1. Adjective. Of fields or open country. "Living in campestral seclusion"

Similar to: Rural



Definition of Campestral

1. a. Relating to an open field; growing in a field, or open ground.

Definition of Campestral

1. Adjective. Relating to open fields or uncultivated land. ¹

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Definition of Campestral

1. [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Campestral

camped
camper
camper trailer
camper van
campers
campership
camperships
campervan
campervans
campesino
campesinos
campest
campestane
campestanol
campesterol
campestral (current term)
campfire
campfire girl
campfires
campground
campgrounds
camphane
camphanes
camphene
camphenes
camphine
camphines
camphire
camphires
camphogen

Literary usage of Campestral

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1. Researches on North American Acridiidae by Albert Pitts Morse (1904)
"A COMPARISON OF campestral AND SYLVAN LOCUSTS. ... When we compare the component species of these two groups— campestral and ..."

2. Technological dictionary: English-Spanish and Spanish-English of Words and by Néstor Ponce de León (1920)
"... to notch, to cross, to croze, to make the croie, ruptura, fracture, rupture, parting, breaking. rural, campestral, rural, rus (Ь.) sumach. *S (mar. ..."

3. The Roman Wall: A Historical, Topographical, and Descriptive Account of the by John Collingwood Bruce (1851)
"To the campestral Mothers, and to the Genius of the first wing of Spanish A stures, on account of their valour, ..."

4. The State of Missouri: An Autobiography by Walter Williams (1904)
"The Flowers of the herbaceous autumn flora of the wooded uplands coalesces more than any other woodland. with the campestral and open glade covering. ..."

5. Handbook of Mosses: With an Account of Their Structure, Classification by James Eustace Bagnall (1886)
"The campestral region, or that of cereal plants and fruit trees, which ascend the mountains to a varying height, according to the latitude. ..."

6. Traditions of the Arikara by George Amos Dorsey (1904)
"... locusts fall very naturally into campestral and sylvan groups. ... The campestral species, like those of the ..."

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