Estates and Land


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Land and estates are semantically related. In some cases you can use "Land" instead a noun "Estates".
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Land noun – A body of people composed of one or more nationalities usually with its own territory and government.
Estates and land are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "Estates" instead a noun "Land".
Nearby Words: landing, landed, landholder, landless
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  • Literature / Gulliver's Travels Only Sane Man: Lord Munodi, Gulliver's Balnibarbian host who, in contrast to the rest of the Laputan nobility, lives on the land below and administers his estates competently.
  • The struggle of a common cause was intended by the Church to burn away the petty resentments between the Christian lords of Europe, and the land seized was to allow estates for spare sons.
  • Video Game / Crusader Kings While you can raise armies, form alliances and so forth the most important aspect of the game is management of your family and estates: The amount of land you can directly control is limited by certain factors, and thus you have to parcel out land to your vassals.
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