Definition of dry land in English:

dry land

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[mass noun]
Land as opposed to the sea or another body of water: the tide came in and cut off his route to dry land
More example sentences
  • Just as little Hannah landed safely on dry land, the sharks entered the water.
  • They are also capable of emerging from water and crossing dry land.
  • On Earth, valleys occur both on dry land and beneath the sea; there are also valleys on the Moon, Mars, and Venus.

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