Consisting of land or real estate: landed property. (adjective)
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Use "landed" in a sentence
"-- when they went out together in Lake Rosseau and Kernin landed a perfect monster, a regular corker, five pounds and a half, they said; or no, I don't think he _landed_ him."
"A person using a passport bearing his name landed in Moscow and local authorities there, including an NYPD detective stationed in Eastern Europe, were working to locate him and ascertain his identity, the official said."
"Such conditions might not happen again in a thousand days or ten thousand days, but the one day it had happened had been the day he landed from the NARI for several hours 'collecting."