Definition of Land up
1. Verb. Block with earth, as after a landslide.
2. Verb. Finally be or do something. "He wound up being unemployed and living at home again"
Generic synonyms: Act, Move
Derivative terms: Windup
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Literary usage of Land up
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. South Eastern Reporter by West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals, West Publishing Company, South Carolina Supreme Court (1920)
"... where Vianna Staley had cleared and cultivated the land up to the Hughes line for a time beyond the memory of tlie oldest witnesses. ..."
2. Annual Report by Ohio State Board of Agriculture (1908)
"I then went up to Switzerland, where dairying 'is carried on very extensively and by the most approved methods, and I found that land up there was worth ..."
3. Lawyers' Reports Annotated by Lawyers Co-operative Publishing Company (1905)
"If a person occupies land up to a certain fence because he believes it to be the true line, but having no intention to claim up to the fence if it should be ..."
4. An Uncensored Diary from the Central Empires by Ernesta Drinker Bullitt (1917)
"You don't own the land up to it. Imagine our holding the Kiel Canal without Schleswig-Holstein! It's as if you were writing a book and began at the end. ..."
5. The Diary of Matthew Patten of Bedford, N.H. by Matthew Patten (1903)
"20th I measured Wm Moors land up the River for which he is to pay mo in Grain 21"tI got a bushel of salt from McGaw for which I paid him 6/8 ou the 18th I ..."
6. United States Supreme Court Reports by Lawyers Co-operative Publishing Company, United States Supreme Court (1889)
"... and a deed describing the lot by number or name conveys the land up to such shifting water line, exactly as it does up to the fixed side lines; so that, ..."
7. Reports of Cases Decided in the Supreme Court of the State of Oregon by Oregon Supreme Court (1894)
"45, the court says: "If a party occupies land up to a certain fence, because he believes it be the line, but having no intention to claim up to the fence if ..."