tideland

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n tideland land near the sea that is overflowed by the tide
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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • n Tideland Land that is overflowed by tide water; hence, land near the sea.
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • n tideland Such land as is affected by the tide; land which is alternately covered and left dry by the ordinary flux and reflux of the tides.
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Usage

In literature:

The tideland spruce is the most important lumber tree in Alaska.
"Trees Worth Knowing" by Julia Ellen Rogers
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In news:

SF duo Tidelands returns with even more flugelhorn.
We've Got a Map boasts the title of experimental folk band Tidelands' upcoming sophomore album – and do they ever.
SF duo Tidelands returns with even more flugelhorn .
A land trust buys 64 acres at Indian Point, including forest, tideland.
Many owners bought access to Tidelands before the Tidelands concept was created by the Tidelands Grant (money grab) from the state of California.
Awaiting permits for tidelands lease 3 miles off Anchor Point Read Buccaneer's Contingency plan in case of an oil spill, currently under review by a local task force: HC-01_20121105 BUCCANEER_REV_1.2_REDLINE By Naomi Klouda Homer Tribune.
Many owners bought access to Tidelands before the Tidelands concept was created by the Tidelands Grant (money grab ) from the state of California.
A kingfisher rests on the rogue sculpture named ÒGraceÓ on tidelands near Taylor Dock Aug 28.
Rent increases for commercial marinas operating on public tidelands — which the Newport Beach City Council seemed to have settled at its last meeting — were dredged up again for another vote Tuesday night.
Five decades ago farmer Menno Groeneveld built an experimental dike around 150 acres of tidelands near Stanwood.
Ruling benefits IP, affirms state's tidelands lease authority.
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