Definition of Marchlands

1. marchland [n] - See also: marchland



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Marchlands

marchesi
marcheth
marchiafava-bignami disease
marching
marching ants
marching band
marching bands
marching music
marching order
marching orders
marchings
marchion-ess
marchioness
marchionesses
marchland
marchlands (current term)
marchlike
marchman
marchmen
marchpane
marchpanes
marcht
marcid
marcidity
marcionite
marcionites
marconied
marconigram
marconigrams
marconis

Literary usage of Marchlands

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1. The Historical Geography of Europe by Edward Augustus Freeman (1903)
"At last one of these marchlands, united with a German conquest still further cut off from the heart of the old German realm, has grown into a state which in ..."

2. The Upper Ward of Lanarkshire Described and Delineated by George Vere Irving (1864)
"marchlands (277-1135) farm, so named, it may have been, from being on the march between the Hardington and the Lockhart estates, lies near to the Garf-water ..."

3. The School World (1901)
"E. " The Blessing of Esau : a Romance of the marchlands. ... The "marchlands" in question are variously represented as being " ground between the millstones ..."

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