landed


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land·ed

 (lăn′dĭd)
adj.
1. Owning land: the landed gentry.
2. Consisting of land or real estate: landed property.

landed

(ˈlændɪd)
adj
1. owning land: landed gentry.
2. consisting of or including land: a landed estate.

land•ed

(ˈlæn dɪd)

adj.
1. owning land, esp. an estate: landed gentry.
2. consisting of land: landed property.
3. Canadian. officially recognized as an immigrant.
[1400–50]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.landed - owning or consisting of land or real estate; "the landed gentry"; "landed property"
landless - owning no land; "the landless peasantry"
Translations

landed

[ˈlændɪd]
A. ADJ [person] → hacendado, que posee tierras
B. CPD landed property Nbienes mpl raíces or inmuebles
the landed gentry Nlos terratenientes, la aristocracia rural

landed

adj the landed classdie Großgrundbesitzer pl; landed gentryLandadel m; landed propertyGrundbesitz m

landed

[ˈlændɪd] adj (estate) → terriero/a
References in classic literature ?
said the young host, as they landed with exclamations of delight.
Probably Kurzon, which we now seek, was buried deep for nearly five hundred years before Columbus landed at San Salvadore.
He landed Ambrosch a blow on the head--it sounded like the crack of an axe on a cow-pumpkin.
The Dutch landed, and gave my people the fire- water; they drank until the heavens and the earth seemed to meet, and they foolishly thought they had found the Great Spirit.
His steward might deign to occupy it, but never, certainly, the great landed proprietor himself.
They had just landed from their boat, and this was the first house they entered.
Soon he was carefully swung inside the high bulwarks, and gently landed upon the capstan head.