Definition of Landmarked

1. Verb. (past of landmark) ¹



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Definition of Landmarked

1. landmark [v] - See also: landmark

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Landmarked

landlordism
landlordisms
landlordless
landlordry
landlords
landlouper
landloupers
landlouping
landlubber
landlubberly
landlubbers
landlubbing
landly
landman
landmark
landmarked (current term)
landmarking
landmarks
landmen
landmine
landmines
landomycin
landomycinone
landowner
landowners
landownership
landownerships
landowning

Literary usage of Landmarked

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1. Congress Constitutional Role in Protecting Religious Liberty: Congressional edited by Orrin G. Hatch (2001)
"If St. Peter's can be landmarked, any church can be landmarked. In my view, the City's interest is not only insignificant; it is illegitimate. ..."

2. Mark Twain: A Biography : the Personal and Literary Life of Samuel Langhorne by Albert Bigelow Paine (1912)
"The peg of William the Conqueror stood in front of the house; one could stand near the Conqueror and have all English history skeletonized and landmarked ..."

3. Teaching in the New Millennium: How We Can Prepare Today's Teachers for edited by Mike Dewine (2000)
"This year, Toledo Public Schools and the University of Toledo landmarked a decision in March, all new teachers entering Toledo Public Schools in the fall of ..."

4. The War in the Cradle of the World, Mesopotamia by Eleanor Franklin Egan (1918)
"... and it might interest Master Baffin to know that the desolate coast of his last earthly vision is now landmarked for Englishmen by many tragic, ..."

5. The War in the Cradle of the World, Mesopotamia by Eleanor Franklin Egan (1918)
"... and it might interest Master Baffin to know that the desolate coast of his last earthly vision is now landmarked for Englishmen by many tragic, ..."

6. The Story of the American Red Cross in Italy by Charles Montague Bakewell (1920)
"... palace of the King situated on one of the steep slopes rising from the harbor. The building is beautifully landmarked from the waterfront by palms and ..."

7. Your National Parks by Enos Abijah Mills, Laurence Frederick Schmeckebier (1917)
"Sailors can descry their landmarked summits firmer than a cloud, a hundred miles away. . . . Kulshan, misnamed Mount Baker by the vulgar, is an irregular, ..."

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