Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Untitled land; fallow ground.
“It was long after once there was a lealand in the luffing ore it was less after lives thor a toyler in the tawn at all ohr it was note before he drew out the moddle of Kersse by jerkin his dressing but and or it was not before athwartships he buttonhaled the”
“And the snow in the mirky midnoon across the lealand drive.”
“And again in the Niblung lealand doth the Welsh-wrought war-gear gleam,”
“But over burg and lealand it spread full far and wide,”
“And far o'er the flowery lealand the shepherds of the plain”
“Then they fare to the Burg of the people, and leave that lealand free”
“They ride the lealand highways, they ride the desert plain,”
“Three days they ride the lealand till they come to the side of the sea:”
“How wide in the winter season the citied lealand lies:”
“But forth by dale and lealand doth the Son of Sigmund wend,”
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