[south-luh nd, -land]
- a southern area.
- the southern part of a country.
- the Southland, the U.S. South.
Origin of southland
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Examples from the Web for southland
On Southland, McKenzie played Ben Sherman, a patrol officer on the mean streets of Los Angeles.
“Southland was an incredibly functional show where everyone wanted to be there,” says McKenzie.
Both Benjamin McKenzie (Southland) and Rachel Bilson (Hart of Dixie) successfully landed new TV series.Whatever Happened to ‘The O.C.’ Star Mischa Barton?
March 26, 2013
Ultimately, Southland should be celebrated for its complicated and compelling look at the men and women who keep us safe.
In a television season that has given us dreck like Zero Hour, Mob Doctor, and Do No Harm, Southland should be a hit.
Not alone was he in the geographical Southland, for he was in the Southland of life.
It did not enter his head that in the Southland it was otherwise.
Winter is coming, and I must be on my way to the Southland, or the snow will catch me.Stories the Iroquois Tell Their Children
He has made up his mind to start on a trip to the southland to-morrow.Modern Icelandic Plays
The field below was covered with the dead and wounded of the Southland.The Civil War Through the Camera
Henry W. (Henry William) Elson
Word Origin and History for southland
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