Definition of Coastlands

1. coastland [n] - See also: coastland



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Coastlands

coasteering
coaster
coaster brake
coaster wagon
coasters
coasterware
coastguard
coastguardman
coastguardmen
coastguards
coastguardsman
coastguardsmen
coasting
coastings
coastland
coastlands (current term)
coastline
coastlines
coasts
coastward
coastwards
coastwise
coat
coat-hanger
coat-hangers
coat-of-mail shell
coat-rack
coat-racks

Literary usage of Coastlands

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Earth and Its Inhabitants by Elisée Reclus (1895)
"In this respect there is a great contrast between the climate of the coastlands, where two out of three days are rainy, and that of the inland districts, ..."

2. Travels in Africa During the Years 1875[-1886] by Wilhelm Junker (1890)
"On these coastlands, the Sahili of the Arabs, our road to To-kar lay much nearer to the sea than to the hills, whereas the ordinary and shorter route to ..."

3. Cuba Past and Present by Richard Davey (1898)
"TRAVELS IN THE coastlands OF BRITISH EAST AFRICA AND THE ISLANDS OF ZANZIBAR AND PEMBA. ... The climate varies Irom tropical on the coastlands to bracing, ..."

4. Introduction to the Book of Isaiah: With an Appendix Containing the by Thomas Kelly Cheyne (1895)
"10 Sing unto Yahwe a new song, and his praise from the end of the earth ; *let the sea roar,* and all that is therein, the coastlands and the inhabitants ..."

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