dune·​land | \ ˈdün-ˌland \

Definition of duneland

: an area having many dunes

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Daniel Goldfarb, senior manager of conservation projects with the Wildlife Habitat Council, said the project at ArcelorMittal will add more diversity to the duneland and swale. Karen Caffarini, Post-Tribune, "ArcelorMittal plants native trees, shrubs at R&D campus," 8 May 2017

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1922, in the meaning defined above

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to gather or build up little by little

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