Definition of Country:

  1. An area or region with regard to its physical features.

  2. A nation with its own government, occupying a particular territory.

  3. Tract of land inhabited by people of one or several nations. Whereas the term country emphasizes the physical dimensions and boundaries of a geographical area, nation emphasizes a particular community of people with shared history and culture, and state a self-governing legal and political entity.

  4. Districts and small settlements outside large towns, cities, or the capital.

  5. Short for country music.

Synonyms of Country

Arcadian, Acres, Agrarian, Agrestic, Agricultural, Airspace, Alluvion, Alluvium, Arable land, Area, Belt, Blue-ribbon jury, Boondocks, Bucolic, Campestral, Clay, Clod, Confines, Continental shelf, Corridor, Countrified, Countryside, Crust, Department, Dirt, District, Division, Dry land, Dust, Earth, Environs, Farm, Fatherland, Freehold, Glebe, Grand jury, Grassland, Ground, Heartland, Hinterland, Home, Homeland, Hung jury, Inquest, Jury, Jury list, Jury of inquest, Jury of matrons, Jury panel, Land, Landholdings, Lithosphere, Lowland, Marginal land, Marl, Milieu, Mold, Mother country, Motherland, Mountains, Nation, Native land, Neighborhood, Offshore rights, Outback, Outland, Panel, Part, Parts, Pastoral, Petit jury, Place, Police jury, Power, Precincts, Premises, Provinces, Provincial, Purlieus, Quarter, Real estate, Real property, Realm, Region, Regolith, Rural, Rustic, Salient, Section, Sessions, Sod, Soil, Space, Special jury, State, Sticks, Subaerial deposit, Subsoil, Terra, Terra firma, Terrain, Territory, The country, Three-mile limit, Topsoil, Trial jury, Twelve-mile limit, Upland, Venire, Vicinage, Vicinity, Wilderness, Woodland, Woods, Zone, Countryside, Green belt, Great outdoors, Terrain, Land, Territory, Parts, State, Nation, Sovereign state, Kingdom, Realm, Territory, Province, Principality, Palatinate, Duchy, Empire, Commonwealth

How to use Country in a sentence?

  1. In that particular country , it is illegal for a female to walk anywhere in public without a male family member escorting her.
  2. You should always make sure you know all of the rules and regulations of any country you may do business in.
  3. A tract of wild country.
  4. The airfield is right out in the country.
  5. It was a really big country and there were a lot of people there and the economy was growing at a really steady pace.
  6. The countrys increasingly precarious economic position.

Meaning of Country & Country Definition