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landlocked

adjective land·locked \-ˌläkt\

: surrounded by land

Full Definition of LANDLOCKED

1
:  enclosed or nearly enclosed by land <a landlocked country>
2
:  confined to freshwater by some barrier <landlocked salmon>
3
:  living or located away from the ocean <a landlocked sailor>
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First Known Use of LANDLOCKED

1622

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LANDLOCKED Defined for Kids

landlocked

adjective land·locked \ˈland-ˌläkt\

Definition of LANDLOCKED for Kids

1
:  shut in or nearly shut in by land <a landlocked harbor>
2
:  kept from leaving fresh water by some barrier <landlocked salmon>

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