Definition of Poldered
1. polder [v] - See also: polder
Lexicographical Neighbors of Poldered
Literary usage of Poldered
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Soil Physics and Rice by International Rice Research Institute (1985)
"... Mam Area of the Old Delta Chains of Depressions Retarding Basin of Delta poldered Flat Delta Ramified River Area of Coastal Zone 3. ..."
2. A Treatise on pharmacy: Designed as a Text-book for the Student, and as a by Edward Parrish (1874)
"Occasionally the lower diaphragm is poldered to a very small tin tube, open at both ends, of nearly the length of the cylinder, near the top of which is a ..."
3. European Agriculture and Rural Economy by Henry Colman (1851)
"The whole amount of this poldered or redeemed land in Holland is represented to exceed five millions of acres — an amount to be redeemed from the sea ..."
4. Yellow fever, considered in its historical, pathological, etiological, and by René La Roche (1855)
"They shelve out into the sea in front of the poldered land, and are composed, as Dr. Blair informs us, of banks or flats, of fine silicious sand (caddy) or ..."
5. The Agriculture and Rural Economy of France, Belgium, Holland and by Henry Colman (1848)
"The whole amount of this poldered or redeemed land in Holland is represented to exceed five millions of acres, an amount to be redeemed from the sea ..."
6. Timehri: The Journal of the Royal Agricultural and Commercial Society of by Royal Agricultural and Commercial Society of British Guiana (1886)
"... especially as regards alluvial flat soils along our sea coasts and rivers under tidal influence, seeing that these lands when poldered and drained, ..."
7. The Colony of British Guyana and Its Labouring Population: Containing a by H. V. P. Bronkhurst (1883)
"... and now, after the lapse of thirty years, their successors only scrape the land which the capital of the white man drained and poldered. ..."
8. The London Medical Recorder (1850)
"Behind the em- poldered lands extends an almost endless succession of creeks, savannahs, and forests ; and, in front fringed with a thicket of aquatic trees ..."