Examples from the Web for inland
Now dense settlements crowd coastlines, and inland areas are no longer empty.Mark Hertsgaard Analyzes the Psychology of Climate-Change Activism|Mark Hertsgaard|July 14, 2013|DAILY BEAST
MacKay also had been a bagpiper and the sergeant-at-arms of the Inland Empire Emerald Society.Det. Jeremiah MacKay: Proud New Father Killed in Christopher Dorner Shootout|Michael Daly|February 14, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Hurricanes can cause damage to property in a few ways: storm surges and flooding, wind, and inland flooding.
The epicenter was inland, just 60 kilometers southwest of the Fukushima plant.New Earthquake Could Hit Japan’s Fukushima Nuclear Plant: Study|Samar Halarnkar|February 18, 2012|DAILY BEAST
The deputy postmaster general took a serious view of the effect of the proposed relinquishment of the inland postage.The History of the Post Office in British North America|William Smith
In M. de Mortillet's opinion, navigation, both marine and inland, was in actual existence during the polished-stone epoch.Primitive Man|Louis Figuier
Specimens from the northwest coast of Wales are said to be larger than those from inland localities.The Butterflies of the British Isles|Richard South
No one but an inland child could, perhaps, have come to the sea with such a passion of discovery.Old and New Masters|Robert Lynd
Too much had not been promised us in this special voyage through the Inland Sea.Due West|Maturin Murray Ballou
British Dictionary definitions for inland
noun (ˈɪnˌlænd, -lənd)
adverb (ˈɪnˌlænd, -lənd)
Word Origin and History for inland
Old English inn lond "land around the mansion of an estate," from in + land (n.). Meaning "interior parts of a country, remote from the sea or borders" is from 1570s. As an adjective, "of or pertaining to interior parts of a country," from 1550s.