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inland: inlying districts of a country near the capital and centres of population and culture, as opposed to the remote or outlying wild parts H5 I. ii. 142 “to defend Our from the pilfering borderers” (Qq “your England”);—adj. cultured, refined AYL. III. ii. 367 “an man; one that knew courtship too well” ; cf. AYL. II. vii. 96 “yet I am inland bred, And know some nurture.”
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