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in·ter·vale

 (ĭn′tər-vəl, -vāl′)
n. New England
A tract of low-lying land, especially along a river.

[Variant (influenced by vale) of interval.]

in•ter•vale

(ˈɪn tərˌveɪl)

n. Chiefly New Eng.
a low-lying tract of land along a river.
[alter. of interval, taken by folk etym. as inter- + vale]
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