Land synonyms

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An earth material with ductile qualities.
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(American football) To score a touchdown
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Enclosed grounds around or beside a building
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(Intransitive) To disembark.
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Soil is the ground or the surface of the Earth.
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To land an aircraft short of (a landing area).
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A tract or area of sand; beach, etc.
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Land, as opposed to water or air.
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Used other than as an idiom: see come,"Ž in.
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To bring an airplane to earth
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Sand, clay, silt, etc. gradually deposited by moving water, as along a riverbed or the shore of a lake
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Money, land, etc. granted by a monarch for the support of his younger children
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An area or expanse outside cities and towns; a rural area:
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The people of a territory united under a single government; country
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The general public good or welfare.
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A narrow strip of land, ice, etc. extending into a body of water, an intrusion, etc.
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Worldly; mundane
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(Astronomy) Similar to the planet earth in size or composition:
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To achieve or obtain by effort:
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Any loose, earthy, crumbly deposit
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The definition of gravel is a mix of rock pieces or small rocks.
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The layer or bed of earth beneath the topsoil.
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A lump or chunk, especially of earth or clay.
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The definition of a rock is a hard mass of stone, or a broken off piece of a boulder, or is slang for a piece of crack cocaine.
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(Mining) The ore from which a metal is derived.
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(Curling) A small droplet of water intentionally sprayed on the ice that cause irregularities on the surface.
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Concreted earthy or mineral matter; rock.
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Land; as opposed to sea.
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A dry, barren, sandy region, often extremely hot
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A high, broad, level region; plateau
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Capitol Hill. Often used with the.
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Bank is defined as a long pile or mound.
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A seacoast.
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The seashore.
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Land at or near the edge of a body of water, esp. along an ocean, large lake, etc.
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The area of accumulated sand, stone, or gravel deposited along a shore by the action of waves and tides. Beaches usually slope gently toward the body of water they border and have a concave shape. They extend landward from the low water line to the point where there is a distinct change in material (as in a line of vegetation) or in land features (as in a cliff).
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Land, typically a beach, bordering a body of water.
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A high, steep face of rock, esp. one on a coast; precipice
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The definition of a boulder is a large, smooth rock.
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An underwater ridge or rock shelf.
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The definition of a peninsula is an area of land surrounded by water on three sides.
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A usually triangular alluvial deposit at the mouth of a river.
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(Anatomy) A projecting part of the body.
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A narrow strip of land
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(Law) One's property, both real and personal, vested and contingent, especially as disposed of in a will.
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Real estate is the job of buying and selling homes, buildings or property.
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Any large farm devoted to the raising of a particular crop or livestock
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A part of the entrails of a hunted animal, given to the hounds.
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​(geology) A region containing a particular mineral.
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A state, region, or territory that is closely identified with a particular people or ethnic group.
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(Ecol.) Any of the primary biogeographic regions of the earth
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(--- Informal) A condition of excitement or distress:
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To join up with another vehicle in outer space
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(Idiomatic) To write
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To introduce a new rule, law, or system of organisation.
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To bring a boat to shore
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To steer or control the course of:
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To bring a boat to shore
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To bring a boat to shore
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To bring a boat to shore
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(Intransitive) To apply, request, or submit.
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To bring a boat to shore
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To bring (a ship or vehicle) into its berth
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To come into port
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To disembark is defined as a person or cargo to get off of a boat, aircraft or other form of transportation.
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To go ashore
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To enter and proliferate in bodily tissue, as a pathogen:
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To come at length; take place:
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(Intransitive) To come or chance (upon).
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To go ashore
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To go ashore
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To go ashore
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To go ashore
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To go ashore
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To go ashore
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(Informal) To dance with abandon.
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To touch or reach the ground.
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To write a note. Usually to record something that is said.
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To bring an airplane to earth
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To bring an airplane to earth
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(Intransitive) To adjust differences or accounts; to come to an agreement.
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To bring an airplane to earth
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(Intransitive, idiomatic) to get to a stable level, to cease oscillating
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To bring an airplane to earth
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To decrease.
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To visit in large numbers
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To bring an airplane to earth
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To bring an airplane to earth
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To bring an airplane to earth
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To bring an airplane to earth
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To land (an aircraft or spacecraft) under emergency conditions, usually with damage to the craft.
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To bring an airplane to earth
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To bring an airplane to earth
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To shoot or pass over or beyond (a target, mark, etc.); specif., to fly an aircraft beyond (a runway, landing field, etc.) while trying to land
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(Of a spacecraft, or other flying object) To land into the sea.
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To contact another person in order to keep the other person informed of one's situation.
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To undergo such a collapse
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A region of water within an ocean and partly enclosed by land, such as the North Sea.
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The definition of a stream is a steady movement or flow of liquid.
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The great body of salt water that covers approximately 71% of the surface of the earth
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To cover or close with boards:
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To discard or reject something.
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To let be or do without interference.
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To go ashore
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To start, begin.
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Depth: From the surface to the center, the depth of the Earth measures 3,963 miles.
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A large mass of earth and rock, rising above the common level of the earth or adjacent land, usually given by geographers as above 1000 feet in height (304.8 metres), though such masses may still be described as hills in comparison with larger mountains.
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An extensive, relatively level area of land. Plains are present on all continents except Antarctica and are most often located in the interior regions. Because they can occur at almost any altitude or latitude, plains can be humid and forested, semiarid and grass-covered, or arid.
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Any particular extent of surface, especially an empty or unused extent.
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A piece of real estate:
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(Computing) A group of coordinated servers
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The place where a person was raised; Childhood or parental home; home of one’s parents or guardian.
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To move from a higher to a lower place; come or go down.
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Of or relating to compatriots.
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(Grammar, Latin, of a noun) Derived from the name of a country, and designating an inhabitant of the country; gentile.
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The act of abutting.
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Real property owned absolutely and free of any obligation to another with a superior vested right.
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Land as property
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Plural form of baren
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Public record of the extent, value, and ownership of land within a district for purposes of taxation
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A piece of land projecting into a body of water; promontory; headland
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A continent is defined as one of the seven main land masses on Earth.
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A region or domain
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A name formerly used for certain self-governing nations of the Commonwealth
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The plowing of land to be left idle in this way
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(Law) A form of estate in which possession is held in fee, in tail, for the duration of the person's life, or during the life of some other person.
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A grassy quadrangle surrounded by cloisters.
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(Historical) In medieval Europe, an area of land, belonging to a parish, whose revenues contributed towards the parish expenses.
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A cape or point of land reaching out into the water; esp., a promontory
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A small island in a river or lake, near the mainland or a larger island
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(Baseball) plural form of inning
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A land mass not as large as a continent, surrounded by water
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(Anatomy) Any such narrow part connecting two larger structures.
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Area where trees are planted for commercial purposes.
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A period, level, etc. of relative stability, or relatively little change, as can be shown by a flat extent on a graph, etc.; specif., a period in which an individual's learning rate does not improve
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(Obs.) Fidelity; honesty
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The gradual loss of water from a river, lake etc to leave permanent dry land
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The highest level or degree:
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(Educ.) To get a grade of failure; not pass
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To cause (somebody) to be unable to follow or trace one any longer.
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(Intransitive) To become successful, to flourish.
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To slope or lead upward
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A society or institution with an organized government; state; body politic
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Specific holdings in land; lands
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To start to burn; be ignited or kindled:
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The definition of acquire means to get or to come into control of something.
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(Intransitive) To come near to; to pass; to visit.
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Gain is defined as to get something or to add on or increase.
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(Archaic) To arrive at; reach or achieve
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(Criminal law) To induce or persuade someone to do something.
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To secure is to firmly attach something, to take action to make an area safe or to obtain something that you have been seeking.
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To learn, to grasp; to begin to understand.
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Political life:
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Usually extensive real estate
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To be disposed of by sale:
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The business of operating a farm
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the solid part of the earth's surface
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United States inventor who incorporated Polaroid film into lenses and invented the one step photographic process (1909-1991)
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United States inventor who incorporated Polaroid film into lenses and invented the one step photographic process (1909-1991)
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extensive landed property (especially in the country) retained by the owner for his own use
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Plural form of acre
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The realm of this sovereignty.
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The definition of bring means to carry or to cause to happen.
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cause to come to the ground
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To make something, especially something flying, fall to the ground. Usually by firing a weapon of some kind.
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Downstairs:
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(Idiomatic) To criticize a (request) to the point of preclusion.
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arrive on shore
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(Mining) The gravel, soil, etc. from which gold is separated by washing or panning
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A mixture of moist clay and sand, and often straw, used especially in making bricks and foundry molds.
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The definition of a valley is a stretch of low land between two mountain or hill ranges.
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A continuous expanse of land or of water, mineral deposit, etc.; stretch; extent; area
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To bring a boat to shore
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(Nautical) to raise the anchor from the seabed prior to getting under way
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Arable is defined as land that is able to produce crops.
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An increase in land caused by the recession of sea, river, or other body of water formerly covering it. Ownership is a function of how rapidly the water receded. See also reliction.
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The surface features of an area of land; topography:
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The three-dimensional arrangement of physical attributes (such as shape, height, and depth) of a land surface in a place or region. Physical features that make up the topography of an area include mountains, valleys, plains, and bodies of water. Human-made features such as roads, railroads, and landfills are also often considered part of a region's topography.
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The English state and government from the death of Charles I in 1649 to the restoration of the monarchy in 1660, including the Protectorate of 1653 to 1659.
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Humus or compost consisting of decomposed leaves and other organic material.
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