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  • n. Land where dunes are found.


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dune +‎ land


  • He later "fretted about how to pull a profit out of the sandy duneland."

    Archive 2008-01-01

  • They suggest Michel's wide wastes of prodigal sky and duneland with their winding roads that have no end, his ever-shadowy stretches of cloud upon ever-shadowy stretches of land that go their austere way to the edges of some vacant sea.

    Adventures in the Arts Informal Chapters on Painters, Vaudeville, and Poets

  • In fact, the Saugatuck Dunes have 2,500 acres of lightly settled duneland, two quaint small towns, and a famous art school within a daytrip of several major metropolitan areas and many smaller cities. - RSS

  • Market gardeners, Landcare and Beachcare groups involved in duneland restoration, farmers, nursery owners and lifestyle block owners are keen to see RHD releases.


  • The Selling of Forest Beach The YWCA of Metropolitan Chicago has sold its 65 acres of pristine Michigan duneland.

    Chicago Reader


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