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  • adj. Restricted to the land; unable to enter the sea, sky, etc.


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land +‎ bound


  • The risk to the landbound public is considered much smaller, health officials say.

    Wash Off Tarballs, But Brief Encounters Not Risky

  • How could the landbound, plains-dwelling men of Mueller ever invade, let alone conquer, a people like this?


  • The blue pallor of the drakes was more evident now, as was the fact that their armor was smoother, less scaled than their landbound cousins.


  • His dad's back landbound as well he works on an oil tanker and Chris might be in San Diego another week.

    Once again, here's Monday

  • None at the moment, Callimachus the league president informed him, after showing him a wonderful trick that turned landbound beetles into twinkling butterflies.

    Antony and Cleopatra

  • All the other kids know what's wrong with them -- in a world full of flyers, they're landbound, and will never be anything else.

    Archive 2007-10-01

  • That is because we are not welcome on Centaur Isle, or indeed, among landbound centaurs generally.

    Pet Peeve

  • The sentry chased the sunrise down the chasm's walls, jumping lightly into the air every few steps, spreading diaphanous membranes and gliding softly to a next landing, there to run three or four landbound steps and jump and glide again.

    Genellan- Planetfall

  • Upward the hunters soared, until they were but motes in the blue sky, soaring on rising air currents, landbound creatures no more.

    Genellan- Planetfall

  • "But why are you here, since you're not landbound?"

    Cube Route


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