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tideland

[ tahyd-land ]
/ ˈtaɪdˌlænd /
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noun
land alternately exposed and covered by the ordinary ebb and flow of the tide.
Often tidelands. submerged offshore land within the territorial waters of a state or nation.
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Origin of tideland

First recorded in 1795–1805; tide1 + land
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How to use tideland in a sentence

  • The tideland spruce is the most important lumber tree in Alaska.

    Trees Worth Knowing|Julia Ellen Rogers

British Dictionary definitions for tideland

tideland
/ (ˈtaɪdˌlænd) /

noun
US land between high-water and low-water marks
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