badlands /ˈbadlandz/


I. plural noun

1. extensive tracts of heavily eroded, uncultivable land with little vegetation.
2. ( Badlands) a barren plateau region of the western US, mainly in North and South Dakota and Nebraska.
– origin mid 19th cent. (originally US): translation of French mauvaises terres.

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