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Seeland

[see-luh nd] /ˈsi lənd/
noun
1.
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  • In Denmark the first railroad was built on the island of Seeland in 1847.

    The Railroad Question William Larrabee
  • It was built partly on Seeland, and partly on the small island of Amager.

    Up The Baltic Oliver Optic
  • A few days later the Danes evacuated Scania, returning to Seeland.

    Sweden Victor Nilsson
  • When her husband passed with the King to Seeland, she remained at Fyen.

    Memoirs of Leonora Christina

    Leonora Christina Ulfeldt
  • The coast of Seeland was near, but wind and tide cut off escape to the Sound.

  • There Gefjun set the land, gave it a name and called it Seeland.

  • And in the Malar Lake the bays correspond 50 to the capes in Seeland.

  • There he lay, still thinking of the geography lesson, of Seeland, and of all that the master had said.

    Hans Andersen's Fairy Tales Hans Christian Andersen
  • Coming home from Norway he ran afoul of forty pirate ships under the coast of Seeland.

  • A straight line with humps at intervals would do for a view almost anywhere in Jutland, Fuhnen, or Seeland.

    The Story of My Life, volumes 4-6 Augustus J. C. Hare
British Dictionary definitions for Seeland

Seeland

/ˈzeːlant/
noun
1.
the German name for Zealand
Collins English Dictionary - Complete & Unabridged 2012 Digital Edition
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