Definition of Inlanders

1. Noun. (plural of inlander) ¹



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Definition of Inlanders

1. inlander [n] - See also: inlander

Inlanders Pictures

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Inlanders

inkwood
inkwoods
inky
inky-black
inky-cap mushroom
inky cap
inlace
inlaced
inlaces
inlacing
inlagation
inlaid
inland
inland bill
inlander
inlanders (current term)
inlandish
inlands
inlapidate
inlapidated
inlapidates
inlapidating
inlard
inlarded
inlarding
inlards
inlarge
inlarged
inlarges
inlarging

Literary usage of Inlanders

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1. Tales and Traditions of the Eskimo: With a Sketch of Their Habits, Religion by Hinrich Rink, Robert Brown (1875)
"She returned to the tent in great affliction, and told how she had suffered her child to be taken by the inlanders, adding that she feared her husband's ..."

2. Carmel in Ireland: A Narrative of the Irish Province of Teresian, Or by James P. Rushe (1903)
"... and the " Young inlanders "—At "St. Teresa's" for the last time. AMONG the Irish students who had to leave France at the time of the foundation of " St. ..."

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