inlander

[ in-luh n-der ]
/ ˈɪn lən dər /

noun

a person living inland.

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Origin of inlander

First recorded in 1600–10; inland + -er1
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Example sentences from the Web for inlander

  • Indeed, to an inlander, the Cape landscape is a constant mirage.

    Cape Cod|Henry D. Thoreau
  • He looked at the inlander coldly, but The Barbarian did not seem to notice.

    The Barbarians|John Sentry
  • We then went to the Inlander, the landlord of which was a Fleming, and a Papist, but not the worst one.