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Another word for land

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Noun
  1. An organized geopolitical unit

      1. A condition or mode of being, as with regard to circumstances:
      2. A condition of being in a stage or form, as of structure, growth, or development:
      3. A mental or emotional condition:
      1. The form of government of a nation, state, church, or organization.
      2. An organized society, such as a nation, having a specific form of government:
      1. A relatively large group of people organized under a single, usually independent government; a country.
      2. The territory occupied by such a group of people:
      3. The government of a sovereign state.
      1. A nation or state.
      2. The territory of a nation or state; land.
      3. The people of a nation or state; populace:
      1. The people of a politically organized nation or state considered as a group.
  2. Usually extensive real estate

      1. Something owned; a possession.
      2. A piece of real estate:
      3. Something tangible or intangible to which its owner has legal title:
      1. A landed property, usually of considerable size.
      2. One's property, both real and personal, vested and contingent, especially as disposed of in a will.
      3. The nature and extent of an owner's rights with respect to land or other property.
      1. A unit of area in the US Customary System, used in land and sea floor measurement and equal to 160 square rods, 4,840 square yards, or 43,560 square feet.
      2. Property in the form of land; estate.
      3. A field or plot of arable land.
    See also:

    owned

Verb
  1. To come ashore from a seacraft

    See also:

    move

  2. To come to rest on the ground

    See also:

    move

  3. To come into possession of

    See also:

    get

Another word for land

Noun
  1. The solid surface of the earth

      1. The fleshy, movable, muscular organ, attached in most vertebrates to the floor of the mouth, that is the principal organ of taste, an aid in chewing and swallowing, and, in humans, an important organ of speech.
      2. An analogous organ or part in invertebrate animals, as in certain insects or mollusks.
      3. The tongue of an animal, such as a cow, used as food.
      1. The part of the body joining the head to the shoulders or trunk.
      2. A narrow or constricted area of a bodily structure, as of a bone, that joins its parts; a cervix.
      3. The part of a tooth between the crown and root.
      1. A high ridge of land or rock jutting out into a body of water; a headland.
      2. A projecting part.
      1. The fourth letter of the Greek alphabet.
      2. An object shaped like a triangle.
      3. A usually triangular alluvial deposit at the mouth of a river.
      1. A piece of land that juts out from a larger land mass and is mostly surrounded by water.
      1. A horizontal projection forming a narrow shelf on a wall.
      2. A cut or projection forming a shelf on a cliff or rock wall.
      3. An underwater ridge or rock shelf.
      1. A large rounded mass of rock lying on the surface of the ground or embedded in the soil.
      1. A high, steep, or overhanging face of rock.
      1. A steep rugged mass of rock projecting upward or outward.
      1. Land, typically a beach, bordering a body of water.
      2. To drive or run (a boat, for example) ashore or aground.
      3. To cause (a whale or other sea animal) to be unable to swim free from a beach or from shallow water.
      1. The shore of a body of water, especially when sandy or pebbly.
      2. The sand or pebbles on a shore.
      3. The zone above the water line at a shore of a body of water, marked by an accumulation of sand, stone, or gravel that has been deposited by the tide or waves.
      1. The land along the edge of an ocean, sea, lake, or river; a coast.
      2. Land; country:
      3. Land as opposed to water:
      1. A seacoast.
      2. Land near the sea.
      1. A piled-up mass, as of snow or clouds; a heap:
      2. A steep natural incline.
      3. An artificial embankment.
      1. A well-defined natural elevation smaller than a mountain.
      2. A small heap, pile, or mound.
      3. A mound of earth piled around and over a plant.
      1. A flat, elevated region; a plateau or mesa.
      1. A dry, often sandy region of little rainfall, extreme temperatures, and sparse vegetation.
      2. A region of permanent cold that is largely or entirely devoid of life.
      3. An apparently lifeless area of water.
      1. An elongated lowland between ranges of mountains, hills, or other uplands, often having a river or stream running along the bottom.
      2. An extensive area of land drained or irrigated by a river system.
      3. A depression or hollow resembling or suggesting a valley, as the point at which the two slopes of a roof meet.
      1. Concreted earthy or mineral matter; rock.
      2. Such concreted matter of a particular type. Often used in combination:
      3. A small piece of rock.
      1. A small stone, especially one worn smooth by erosion.
      2. Clear colorless quartz; rock crystal.
      3. A lens made of such quartz.
      1. Any of a category of electropositive elements that usually have a shiny surface, are generally good conductors of heat and electricity, and can be melted or fused, hammered into thin sheets, or drawn into wires. Typical metals form salts with nonmetals, basic oxides with oxygen, and alloys with one another.
      2. An alloy of two or more metallic elements.
      3. An object made of metal.
      1. A naturally occurring, homogeneous inorganic solid substance having a definite chemical composition and characteristic crystalline structure, color, and hardness.
      2. An element, such as gold or silver.
      3. An organic derivative, such as coal or petroleum.
      1. Relatively hard, naturally formed mineral or petrified matter; stone.
      2. A relatively small piece or fragment of such material.
      3. A relatively large body of such material, as a cliff or peak.
      1. Small loose grains of worn or disintegrated rock.
      2. A sedimentary material, finer than a granule and coarser than silt, with grains between 0.06 and 2.0 millimeters in diameter.
      3. A tract of land covered with sand, as a beach or desert.
      1. A lump or chunk, especially of earth or clay.
      2. Earth or soil.
      3. A dull, stupid person; a dolt.
      1. The layer or bed of earth beneath the topsoil.
      2. To plow or turn up the subsoil of.
      1. An unconsolidated mixture of rock fragments or pebbles.
      2. The sandlike granular material of urinary calculi.
      3. To apply a surface of rock fragments or pebbles to.
      1. A crumbly mixture of clays, calcium and magnesium carbonates, and remnants of shells that is sometimes found under desert sands and used as fertilizer for lime-deficient soils.
      2. To fertilize with such a mixture.
      1. A plot of land belonging or yielding profit to an English parish church or an ecclesiastical office.
      2. The soil or earth; land.
      1. Humus or compost consisting of decomposed leaves and other organic material.
      2. A fungal disease of plants that chiefly affects foliage.
      1. Soil composed of a mixture of sand, clay, silt, and organic matter.
      2. A mixture of moist clay and sand, and often straw, used especially in making bricks and foundry molds.
      3. To fill, cover, or coat with loam.
      1. A fine-grained, firm earthy material that is plastic when wet and hardens when heated, consisting primarily of hydrated silicates of aluminum and widely used in making bricks, tiles, and pottery.
      2. A hardening or nonhardening material having a consistency similar to clay and used for modeling.
      3. A sedimentary material with grains smaller than 0.002 millimeter in diameter.
      1. The land surface of the world.
      2. The softer, friable part of land; soil, especially productive soil.
      3. The third planet from the sun, having a sidereal period of revolution about the sun of 365.26 days at a mean distance of approximately 149.6 million kilometers (92.96 million miles), a sidereal rotation period of 23 hours 56.07 minutes, an average radius of 6,378.1 kilometers (3,963 miles), and a mass of approximately 5.9736 × 1024 kilograms (1.3169 × 1025 pounds).
      1. Earth or soil.
      2. A filthy or soiling substance, such as mud or dust.
      3. Excrement.
      1. The top layer of the earth's surface in which plants can grow, consisting of rock and mineral particles mixed with decayed organic matter and having the capability of retaining water.
      2. A particular kind of earth or ground:
      3. Country; land:
      1. The solid surface of the earth.
      2. The floor of a body of water, especially the sea.
      3. Soil; earth:
  2. Land as property

      1. Land, including the resources in and on it, and the buildings and permanent fixtures attached to it.
      1. An expanse of land or water.
      2. A specified or limited area of land:
      3. A system of organs and tissues that together perform a specialized function:
      1. A landed property, usually of considerable size.
      2. One's property, both real and personal, vested and contingent, especially as disposed of in a will.
      3. The nature and extent of an owner's rights with respect to land or other property.
  3. Land as an agent of production

      1. A broad, level, open expanse of land.
      2. A meadow:
      3. A cultivated expanse of land, especially one devoted to a particular crop:
      1. A hunted animal; prey.
      2. Hunted animals considered as a group; game.
      3. An object of pursuit:
      1. An extensive farm, especially in the western United States, on which large herds of cattle, sheep, or horses are raised.
      2. A large farm on which a particular crop or kind of animal is raised:
      3. A house in which the owner of an extensive farm lives.
    See also:

    farm

  4. A country

      1. A condition or mode of being, as with regard to circumstances:
      2. A condition of being in a stage or form, as of structure, growth, or development:
      3. A mental or emotional condition:
      1. A community or territory over which a sovereign rules; a kingdom.
      2. An area or sphere, as of knowledge or activity:
      1. One's native land.
      2. A state, region, or territory that is closely identified with a particular people or ethnic group.
      3. Any of the ten regions designated by South Africa in the 1970s as semiautonomous or nominally independent territories for the black population. The black homelands were dissolved and reincorporated into South Africa in 1994.
Verb
  1. To bring a boat to shore

  2. To come into port

      1. Sufficient space for a vessel to maneuver; sea room:
      2. A space for a vessel to dock or anchor:
      3. Employment on a vessel:
      1. A platform extending from a shore over water and supported by piles or pillars, used to secure, protect, and provide access to a boat or ship.
      2. An area along a commercial waterfront having docks or piers.
      3. The area of water between two piers or alongside a pier that receives a vessel for loading, unloading, or repairs:
    See also:

    arrive

  3. To go ashore

  4. To bring an airplane to earth

    See also:

    arrive