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1inland

adjective in·land \ˈin-ˌland, -lənd\

: of, relating to, or in the part of a country that is away from the coast or boundaries

Full Definition of INLAND

1
:  of or relating to the interior of a country
2
chiefly British :  not foreign :  domestic

First Known Use of INLAND

15th century

2inland

noun

Definition of INLAND

:  the interior part of a country

First Known Use of INLAND

1573

Rhymes with INLAND

3inland

adverb

: in, into, or toward the middle of a country : away from the coast

Full Definition of INLAND

:  into or toward the interior

Examples of INLAND

  1. They traveled inland from the sea.
  2. They live inland about three miles.

First Known Use of INLAND

1600
INLAND Defined for Kids

1inland

adjective in·land \ˈin-ˌland, -lənd\

Definition of INLAND for Kids

:  of or relating to the part of a country away from the coast <inland towns>

2inland

noun

Definition of INLAND for Kids

:  the part of a country away from the coast or boundaries

3inland

adverb

Definition of INLAND for Kids

:  into or toward the area away from a coast <The storm moved inland.>

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