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Synonyms for land

Synonyms for land

an organized geopolitical unit

usually extensive real estate

to come ashore from a seacraft

to come to rest on the ground

to come into possession of

Synonyms for land

the land on which real estate is located

material in the top layer of the surface of the earth in which plants can grow (especially with reference to its quality or use)

a domain in which something is dominant

United States inventor who incorporated Polaroid film into lenses and invented the one step photographic process (1909-1991)

agriculture considered as an occupation or way of life

cause to come to the ground

bring into a different state

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deliver (a blow)

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arrive on shore

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shoot at and force to come down

References in classic literature ?
It is written that every man who received such a beating from the Father of Waterwheels who slow the Emirs, should instantly begin a lawsuit, because the title to his land is not valid.
We wish to hold the land as it was given to us after the days of the Oppression," they cried.
He was a bad man and a powerful monarch, and he had resolved to destroy the Land of Oz and its magnificent Emerald City, to enslave Princess Ozma and little Dorothy and all the Oz people, and recover his Magic Belt.
Indeed, Ozma and Dorothy had both almost forgotten that such a person as the Nome King yet lived under the mountains of the Land of Ev--which lay just across the deadly desert to the south of the Land of Oz.
I've thirty million, and if I need more I can borrow on the land and other things.
At first it was patches and sections of land here and there; but as the weeks passed it was the unowned portions that became rare, until at last they stood as islands surrounded by Daylight's land.
Do you expect me to believe all that rubbish about the Land of Oz?
In the Land of Oz," remarked Tiktok, turning toward them, "an-y-thing is pos-si-ble.
As on the land, so in the waters of the sea, a slow southern migration of a marine fauna, which during the Pliocene or even a somewhat earlier period, was nearly uniform along the continuous shores of the Polar Circle, will account, on the theory of modification, for many closely allied forms now living in areas completely sundered.
But I do not doubt that some temperate productions entered and crossed even the lowlands of the tropics at the period when the cold was most intense,--when arctic forms had migrated some twenty-five degrees of latitude from their native country and covered the land at the foot of the Pyrenees.
Above the forest land, there are many dwarf alpine plants, which all spring from the mass of peat, and help to compose it: these plants are very remarkable from their close alliance with the species growing on the mountains of Europe, though so many thousand miles distant.
Hooker informs me, that just lately a third species has been discovered on a third species of beech in Van Diernan's Land.
But you see we manage our land without such extreme measures," said he, smiling: "Levin and I and this gentleman.
Why, manage like Mihail Petrovitch, or let the land for half the crop or for rent to the peasants; that one can do--only that's just how the general prosperity of the country is being ruined.
Of government land, in response to Saxon's eager questioning, he knew nothing, except that he had a hazy idea that the days of government land were over.