Definition of tideland in English:

tideland

Line breaks: tide|land
Pronunciation: /ˈtʌɪdland
 
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noun

[mass noun] (also tidelands) North American
Land that is submerged at high tide.
More example sentences
  • The prefectural government will establish a committee to hear suggestions on how to resolve the environmental problems in the bay area, tidelands and wetlands, she said.
  • On the west coast of Mexico near the town of San Blas is a limestone spring called La Tobara, part of an inviting system of lagoons, canals, and navigable tidelands.
  • At least eight lodges have received the go-ahead to be built in tidelands.

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