A wide area of flat land without trees in Canada and the northern US. (Cambridge Dictionary)
A prairie is a large area of flat, grassy land in North America. Prairies have very few trees. (Collins Dictionary)
Land in or predominantly in grass. (Merriam – Webster)
An extensive, level or slightly undulating, mostly treeless tract of land in the Mississippi valley, characterised by a highly fertile soil and originally covered with coarse grasses, and merging into drier plateaus in the west. (Dictionary.com)
A large open area of grassland, especially in North America.
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