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  • proper noun Alternative spelling of Yankee land.

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Examples

  • On more occasions than one, as a Yankee tramp in Yankeeland, I have had to work for my breakfast; but for no breakfast did I ever work so hard as for this one.

    THE PEG

  • Now I'm in Yankeeland and the prospect of good tortillas is bleak (and I'm allergic to wheat!).

    making corn tortillas | Homesick Texan

  • On more occasions than one, as a Yankee tramp in Yankeeland, I have had to work for my breakfast; but for no breakfast did I ever work so hard as for this one.

    The Peg

  • a two-strike count against a St. Louis hitter, a tradition the rooters in Yankeeland have upheld for over 20 years.

    The night the Mets owned New York

  • Soriano is just the latest in a long line of players who needed to adapt to life in Yankeeland.

    Is Soriano Cut Out for New York?

  • But as Yankeeland bigwigs try to decide just what to do given that the revered legend's contract is up this fall, they should be worried less about how well he might do at shortstop over the next few years than whether he can play there at all.

    Few Have Played Shortstop at Jeter's Advanced Age

  • If this isn't exactly reason for panic in Yankeeland

    Punchless Yanks Take Another One on the Chin

  • * Not looking forward to the drive back up to Yankeeland in a week, lemme tell YOU.

    Why I love the future....

  • Since he failed to die in one of the three Confederate hospitals he spent a couple of months in, he should have been one of the nearly 8,000 killed when Robert E. Lee had the bright idea of invading Yankeeland.

    Dream State

  • District 35 was more condos, gated communities, and golf courses than exotic species—unless you count retirees from Yankeeland.

    Dream State

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