Common misspellings for land:

leained, llane, linad, vand, leaerned, talant, landof, illand, leaarned, lernd, eand, clandar, pand, lland, leanned, lnder, lanny, landlaw, 4and, 100and, eiland, lerand, and10, liend, kand, lsnd, irlend, larande, landen, mand, and, thialnd, leaad, slend, yoland, lany, linde, aland, sland, 6and, laundy, laernt, alland, zelend, layng, leanrd, landlor, yand, ierland, 2lband, qand, leaurned, ahnd, landlay, laned, laod, holand, launday, leagend, plend, lisend, losind, lande, lnd, liined, lnad, lanw, lanad, learnd, mando, lunuti, linkd, leonand, iand, lanter, lani, orlanda, sealand, goand, ilearnt, yalland, launc, landary, olant, balaned, poalnd, flind, pland, noland, tand, lynard, lakeand, landy, orland, talend, olando, feland, lanwe, loands, lenard, linit, zeland, blant, talland, laucned, laundh, 30and, alanta, lagend, lan, cand, laddy, layd, lind, balnd, legand, lindey, ghand, newland, laed, lonad, loadd, kandy, lasnd, londry, lhind, llined, lsn't, tiland, linday, dyland, whileand, plendy, 2010and, laerned, lerarned, wlanut, liened, toand, land, claned, linned, learend, saland, valueand, lanlord, lende, thiland, 8682and, and11, haand, lanet, lynet, larnt, 15and, ltend, uoand, lanp, kaind, feeland, siland, lionand, laundey, londn, laundr, andu, aand, dand, zeleand, lang, laaid, lendor, and15, leanght, lerehand, lookand, zaland, launhed, flund, learnied, glaned, liqaud, leanota, and13, celaned, lerant, tailand, lond, and12, leanord, and6, 11and, and19, lenord, doand, ghandi, leeland, lavendar, zealend, lurnd, leonid, landd, landin, leadd, leadind, 1and, landord, tialand, leard, lundh, hayland, langh, lineed, gand, larnd, lyind, zeaand, lwind, larned, loanj, vlend, 2and, naad, lavd, leanard, landi, elaned, lannded, gleand, londo, tieland, lernde, nand, learnned, lneed, irleand, and9, relando, londg, claend, 20042005and, launrdy, ilind, loned, leanerd, and4, legond, jand, iland, launa, irland, lanard, leanit, plannd, zealnd, licend, landuage, 0and, learnde, galnd, and3, and18, leands, slind, lkind, mayland, slende, klind, loand, laind, 22and, learn't, lana, ladend, tannd, 2007and, laand, cleand, lsend, flant, 1991and, laydy, lahed, lurnt, lound, learnred, leened, thialand, landray, llandviw, lifeand, lane, band, blaned, leanto, lant, wsland, lanth, londer, gandi, gahndi, blueand, laundru, launi, lonard, lawd, lans, tandy, landrey, learnwed, miland, fland, leand, 10and, ladn, launry, lunit, toland, learnedd, lanf, logend, ieland, alnd, leamnad, legnd, zealnad, 000and, lerned, lisind, oland, polnad, slained, clend, zeeland, and1, lanor, laynard, leande, yawnd, mailand, llearned, thaialnd, lened, 7and, olnyt, leandor, lendr, lateand, landl, ssand, landury, llaid, lakd, thayland, leando, hannd, morland, lauda, leearned, theland, leanrt, lamd, launh, alond, loveand, likeand, hooland, lawned, layde, loanl, lorned, naned, lurned, zealond, pooland, jeand, learnede, selanoid, lanelot, lohand, landig, fand, erland, lineand, lund, lwant, lbind, laint, garnd, laundty, laundage, lendar, leyend, learnead, learneed, losend, 00and, lanned, 2011and, lernt, 2001and, zandi, 31and, 9and, aaaand, oand, uand, zand, can'd, diand, elained, folund, arlanda, gaand, lndia, linda, lansd, landis, launed, landry, laundo, lay'd, layind, lerando, lained, learn'd, learnrd, lreaned, lemande, lendth, leyand, linged, lnm10, lonond, lynda, merland, slund, solanoid, thailannd, thailiand, ylang, yolonda, lancinatin g, lznd, lwnd, lqnd, labd, lajd, lahd, lanx, lanr, kland, lkand, lpand, lzand, laznd, lsand, lwand, lawnd, lqand, laqnd, labnd, lanbd, lamnd, lanmd, lajnd, lanjd, lahnd, lanhd, lanxd, landx, landc, lanfd, landf, lanrd, landr, lannd, lcnd, lald, lanl, l and, la nd, lan d.

Definition of land:

Usage examples for land

  1. I suppose I want to settle down- somewhere- on land, if I had the money.  Harvest by Mrs. Humphry Ward
  2. I believe I can land him, too.  The Dragon's Secret by Augusta Huiell Seaman
  3. He was in a land he had never known or seen.  The Mad Planet by Murray Leinster
  4. " I don't think he's such a very bad sort of fellow, as boys go, Grace," Mr Jabez said; " but look here, my boy, do you see how the land lies?"  The Story of Antony Grace by George Manville Fenn