Definition of the Weald from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary

 

the Weald

 
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an area of attractive countryside in south-east England which includes parts of the counties of Kent, Surrey and Sussex. It is known especially as an area where many fruit and vegetables are grown. It was formerly covered by woods, and weald is an old-fashioned word meaning wild, i.e. not cultivated.