What is another word for heaths?

Pronunciation: [hˈiːθs] (IPA)

Heaths are areas of land characterized by low-growing shrubby vegetation and often found in rural settings. Synonyms for the word heaths include moors, wastelands, wilds, scrublands, and tundras. These areas are often home to unique plant and animal species that have adapted to the harsh environmental conditions found in heaths. Heaths are important ecosystems that provide habitat for many native species and are often protected by conservation efforts. In addition, they can be popular destinations for hikers and nature enthusiasts seeking to explore and appreciate these distinctive landscapes. Regardless of the synonym used, heaths are fascinating environments that deserve our attention and respect.

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    • Noun, plural
      moors, landes.

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Usage examples for Heaths

Early in the New Year the heaths received a visit from Armand Gillier, the writer of Claude's libretto.
"The Way of Ambition"
Robert Hichens
So you were going to stay with the heaths?
"The Way of Ambition"
Robert Hichens
"I wonder where the heaths are sitting," she said.
"The Way of Ambition"
Robert Hichens

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