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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

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