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green·belt

 (grēn′bĕlt′)
n.
A belt of recreational parks, farmland, or uncultivated land surrounding a community.

greenbelt

(ˈɡriːnˌbɛlt)
n
(Environmental Science) a zone of farmland, parks, and open country surrounding a town or city: usually officially designated as such and preserved from urban development

green•belt

(ˈgrinˌbɛlt)

n.
an area of woods, parks, or open land surrounding a community.
[1930–35]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.greenbelt - a belt of parks or rural land surrounding a town or citygreenbelt - a belt of parks or rural land surrounding a town or city
belt - an elongated region where a specific condition or characteristic is found; "a belt of high pressure"
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In 1937, the first families moved into the brand new community of Greenbelt.
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A MAN who offered up his stables to be built on instead of greenbelt land has said he is outraged to find his proposal has been turned down.
IN your article about Solihull Council's refusal of the planning application for a new Muslim cemetery, about which I make no comment, Coun Jim Ryan is R reported as saying 'the greenbelt between Solihull and the Meriden Gap must be protected' and 'whatever group wants to put forward an application for the Meriden Gap, I would oppose.