Definition of landed
1 : having an estate in land landed proprietors
2 : consisting in or derived from land or real estate landed wealth
Recent Examples of landed from the Web
The price at which Bharat Petroleum bought the U.S. crude was similar to the landed cost of Middle East grades, said a company official who asked not to be identified because of internal policy.
The Tories, traditionally representatives of big business and the landed aristocracy, weirdly resembled the fiery trade unionists of the past in their demand that workers be represented on corporate boards.
After a somewhat odd run-up -- three singles that haven’t quite landed and a bizarre SNL performance -- Katy Perry has released her new album Witness.
The founding fathers were accused by some historians of writing the Constitution to protect their landed wealth.
The Earth-return vehicle would then fire its rocket to separate from the landed Orbiter and maneuver into a 1500-kilometer-by-95,000-kilometer Mars orbit.
Quigley said a landed punch on the head of Tapia caused his injuries.
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Definition of landed for English Language Learners
: owning a large amount of land
: including a large amount of land
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