the land or region in the north.
the northern part of a country.
(initial capital letter) the peninsula containing Norway and Sweden.
- north·land·er, noun
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How to use northland in a sentence
On the same block, northland Chop Suey, a Chinese restaurant, has been looted at least two times.Ferguson's Other Race Problem: Riots Damaged Asian-Owned Stores | Tim Mak | August 20, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
She looks as if she were suspended in air, so pure are the elements in the northland.Over the Rocky Mountains to Alaska | Charles Warren Stoddard
Never before had I so deeply felt the desolation of the northland.The Reckoning | Robert W. Chambers
The brilliant verdure of the Southland receded from view, and the more sober vegetation of the northland came in sight.A Daughter of the Union | Lucy Foster Madison
Every fall the young birds would fly away to the northland, while the old ones would remain by the mountain.A Treasury of Eskimo Tales | Clara Kern Bayliss
Very long ago there were many men living in the northland, but there was no woman among them.A Treasury of Eskimo Tales | Clara Kern Bayliss
British Dictionary definitions for Northland
the peninsula containing Norway and Sweden
(in Canada) the far north
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