What is another word for hinterland?

Pronunciation: [hˈɪntələnd] (IPA)

Hinterland is a term that refers to a region or area that is located beyond a city or urban center. It is an important concept in geography and urban planning, and is often used to describe rural areas or the non-urban parts of a country. Some synonyms for hinterland include backcountry, wilderness, countryside, boondocks, remote areas, and the outback. These terms all refer to areas that are far away from civilization or are less developed than urban areas. While hinterland can have a negative connotation, these synonyms can help to showcase the beauty and importance of these regions.

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Usage examples for Hinterland

In the hinterland of this there was that vision of a wedding somewhere.
"Somehow Good"
William de Morgan
For thereupon it became necessary to ignore conflict in the hinterland of some folding-doors, accompanied by sounds of forbearance and a high moral attitude.
"Somehow Good"
William de Morgan
The agriculturists of the hinterland were in dire need of implements, machinery, and fertilizers.
"Command"
William McFee

Famous quotes with Hinterland

  • Reality shows that, contrary to other countries in southern Africa, we have no basis for a classical guerilla struggle. We have never had a hinterland, and we do not expect to.
    Joe Slovo
  • The trophy-recreationist has peculiarities that contribute in subtle ways to his own undoing. To enjoy he must possess, invade, appropriate. Hence the wilderness that he cannot personally see has no value to him. Hence the universal assumption that an unused hinterland is rendering no service to society. To those devoid of imagination a blank place on the map is a useless waste; to others, the most valuable part.
    Aldo Leopold

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