from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun One who wanders about the country: same as landleaper.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun Same as landlouper.

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  • noun Alternative form of landlouper.


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  • Uncle Henry believed Toby knew exactly where the line lay, for he had been a landloper, or timber-runner in this vicinity when the original survey was made, forty-odd years before.

    Nan Sherwood at Pine Camp or, the Old Lumberman's Secret Annie Roe Carr

  • You never would go with a landloper while sailors are on shore

    Schooner Fred Dunbar 1932

  • The luck that the landloper depended on for descending into the mysterious world of medieval Cairo is always about to run out.

    Al-Ahram Weekly Online 2010


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