Land which is low with respect to the neighboring country; a low or level country; -- opposed to highland.
A relatively flat area in the lower levels of regional elevation.
Landform. Generally flat land at an elevation lower than the surrounding area.
Pertaining to low-elevation coastal areas in B.C.
n. (adj.) Large area of relatively low relief, usually applied to coastal regions that do not rise high above sea level. upland, highland – ant.
a large land area with vegetation reflecting limits set by regional climate and soil/site conditions; an area where elevation is not the primary gradient affecting vegetation zonation.
One of the principal whisky-producing regions of Scotland, the Lowland area has suffered from many distillery closures over the years, and now just three Lowland distilleries are in operation. Stylistically, Lowlands are light-bodied, gentle whiskies, ideal as aperitifs.
a land that is lower and flatter than the neighboring country. [AHDOS
In physical geography, a lowland is any broad expanse of land with a general low level. The term is thus applied to the landward portion of the upward slope from oceanic depths to continental highlands, to a region of depression in the interior of a mountainous region, to a plain of denudation, or to any region in contrast to a highland. The Lowlands and Highlands of Scotland are typical.