Definition of Land site
1. Noun. The piece of land on which something is located (or is to be located). "A good site for the school"
Specialized synonyms: Camp, Summer Camp, Apron, Bomb Site, Bivouac, Campground, Camping Area, Camping Ground, Camping Site, Campsite, Encampment, Burial Ground, Burial Site, Burying Ground, Cemetery, Graveyard, Memorial Park, Necropolis, Archeological Site, Dig, Excavation, Dump, Dumpsite, Garbage Dump, Rubbish Dump, Trash Dump, Waste-yard, Wasteyard, Fairway, Green, Putting Green, Putting Surface, Launching Site, Monument, Premises, Rough, Tee, Teeing Ground, Superfund Site, Toxic Site, Toxic Waste Area
Specialized synonyms: Ground Zero, Lateran
Generic synonyms: Parcel, Parcel Of Land, Piece Of Ground, Piece Of Land, Tract
Derivative terms: Site
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Land Site
Literary usage of Land site
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The California Spotted Owl: A Technical Assessment of Its Current Status. by Jared Verner (1994)
"The adjacent private land (site 6) is owned by the same company but. according to ... Stands between the private land (site 5) and logged sites 15 and 17 ..."
2. Palestine, Historical and Descriptive; Or, The Home of God's People by William Leonard Gage (1883)
"... of Refuge—Moses' Knowledge of the Land— Site of Shiloh and its Discovery by Robinson. IHK first important event after the completion of the conquest was ..."
3. Calendar of the patent rolls preserved in the Public record office by Great Britain Public Record Office (1905)
"... and the present bishop holds the same of right without any others being able to claim any right in the land, site or graveyard, which from the first ..."
4. Town Planning in Practice: An Introduction to the Art of Designing Cities by Raymond Unwin (1909)
"... to the owners or societies who may be developing the land. Site planning cannot be carried out successfully in too wholesale a manner, without monotony ..."
5. The Housing Handbook by W. Thompson (1903)
"The two acres, land for land, site for site, are similar, and each could be let for building at, say, ^30 per year. Blackacre is being held idle. ..."