mainland

[ meyn-land, -luh nd ]SEE DEFINITION OF mainland

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There be seven of them in all, lying off the town of Hampton on the mainland, about a league.

When I reached the mainland again I had sworn that I had been floating.

They had proved that lower California was not an island but a part of the mainland.

On Friday, June 12, 1494, he discovered the mainland of America.

These were on the mainland and did not have to be reached by boat or by swimming.

The mainland beach was in sight but that's all except salt water and rain.

East and north of Cartagena lies the mainland, which may be left out of account.

It was a beautiful island, but the hare was not satisfied: he wished to get to the mainland.

How you're ever to get him off this to the mainland again, is clean beyond me.

I suppose we must shift as well as we can till we make the mainland!

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