a region in the U.S. Pacific Northwest, east of the Cascade Range, in eastern Washington, northeastern Oregon, northern Idaho, and northwestern Montana.
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How to use Inland Empire in a sentence
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 | THE DAILY BEAST
He has thus become one of the prominent wheat growers of the Inland Empire.
Moreover, his farm is situated in the rich wheat belt of the Inland Empire and his yearly grain crop is a most satisfactory one.
The opportunities of this section of the country he realized and he has done much to further public progress in the Inland Empire.
Splendid boulevards within the city connect with broad highways leading to distant points in the Inland Empire.The Beauties of the State of Washington | Harry F. Giles
Thus the people of this great Inland Empire live above the clouds.Birdseye Views of Far Lands | James T. Nichols