Scrubland vs. Shrubland: What's the Difference?
Scrubland and Shrubland Definitions
An area of land that is uncultivated and covered with sparse stunted vegetation.
An area, such as chaparral, covered chiefly with shrubs and small trees.
A plant community characterized by scrub vegetation, consisting of low shrubs, mixed with grasses, herbs, and geophytes.
The scrubland I'd be crossing looked desolate, but at least it wasn't a desert.
(mostly plural) Land that is covered mostly with shrubs.
An uncultivated region covered with scrub vegetation