paddy field

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paddy field

n.
A rice paddy.
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Noun1.paddy field - an irrigated or flooded field where rice is grownpaddy field - an irrigated or flooded field where rice is grown
field - a piece of land cleared of trees and usually enclosed; "he planted a field of wheat"
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Warblers from different ends of Europe arrived on our shores last week: Bardsey hosted a Paddyfield Warbler, a species that breeds no closer than the Black Sea, while the long-predicted first Subalpine Warbler for the Great Orme was found on Saturday.
KEVIN BLACKWELL fears the London Road paddyfield could wreck Sheffield United's promotion drive.
Bardsey's warbler list was impressive: paddyfield, subalpine, melodious, icterine and a singing marsh warbler.
The Wizards defied horrendous weather at Mount Pleasant - hail, torrential rain and thunder - with their forwards paddyfield heroes.
Ratcliffe refused to blame the appalling conditions - a paddyfield pitch and driving rain - for his team's demise, and added: 'It was the same for both sides - they simply adapted better than us and we just were not good enough on the day.
Ponty played the right sort of game on a heavy pitch which resembled a paddyfield in places.
WALSALL, who remain fourth in Jewson Two North despite biting cold, heavy rain and paddyfield conditions, were never headed once Mike Crisp converted Richard Lee's try after four minutes.
WAYWARD KING- Rockavon's Boxing Day nap- ploughed through paddyfield conditions at rain soaked Wincanton to land the Mid Season chase for the second consecutive year.