What is MEADOW?

A tract of low or level land producing grass which Is mown for hay. Webster. A tract which lies above the shore, and is overflowed by spring and extraordinary tides only, and yields grasses which are good for hay. Church v. Meeker, 34 Conn. 429. See State v. Crook, 132 N. C. 1053, 44 S. E. 32; Scott v. Willson, 3 N. H. 322; Barrows v. McDermott, 73 Me. 441.

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