Open-field



noun, Football.
1.
any area of the playing field away from the heavily trafficked line of scrimmage, in which the defense is widely scattered.
adjective
1.
(prenominal) (medieval history) of or denoting the system in which an arable area was divided into unenclosed strips, esp cultivated by different tenants

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