Definition of Landrover
1. Noun. A car suitable for traveling over rough terrain.
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Landrover
Literary usage of Landrover
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Divide and Rule: State-Sponsored Ethnic Violence in Kenya by Binaifer Nowrojee, Bronwen Manby, Human Rights Watch (Organization), Africa Watch Committee (1993)
"There were several of us in the landrover. We were blindfolded and chained together and told to follow the person in front of us. ..."
2. Best Loved Hotels 2007: Britain and Irelandby Best Loved Hotels by Best Loved Hotels (2006)
"The hotel provides a landrover for those who choose to leave their cars behind, ... Hotel is 400 metres west of Colonsay Pier. landrover available. ..."
3. Protectors Or Pretenders?: Government Human Rights Commissions in Africa by Binaifer Nowrojee (2001)
"In addition to that, other grants include funding from the governments of the UK to buy a landrover, the US for workshops on democracy, and Canada for the ..."
4. Center of the Storm: A Case Study of Human Rights Abuses in Hebron District by Peter Bouckaert, Human Rights Watch (Organization) (2001)
"Then he shot out one of the tires in the landrover. ... [The soldiers] took two [Palestinian] men with them. ... When I reached home, I found out that my ..."
5. Landscapes of the Scottish Highlands and the Isle of Skye: A Countryside Guide by Stephen Whitehorne (1999)
"Continue the walk using the landrover track on the south side of the mountain, initially coming to an indistinct SECOND SUMMIT ..."