land[ land ]SEE DEFINITION OF land
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LAND
It seems pleasant to be on land after being on shipboard so many weeks.
Land of the sunshine, the deep blue sky, and snow-topped hills!
His name was Cup and he too had inherited his land from a hundred other Cups who had gone before.
Soon the news of his terrible deed spread throughout the land.
Knife, however, must promise to leave his land to his son-in-law in case he died.
"Another tribe is trying to break into our land," he said to himself.
Mesopotamia, therefore, meant a stretch of land "between the rivers."
The land of Phoenicia had always been a counting-house without a soul.
The Sumerians take possession of the land between the Tigris and the Euphrates.
Mr. Malbone would hardly imagine you had been bred in a Christian land.