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Polder   Listen
noun
Polder  n.  A tract of low land reclaimed from the sea by of high embankments. (Holland & Belgium)






Collaborative International Dictionary of English 0.48








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"Polder" Quotes from Famous Books



... with Polder of Kumaon, some fifteen years ago. He meant to stay two nights only, but was knocked down by rheumatic fever, and for six weeks disorganized Polder's establishment, stopped Polder's work, and nearly died in Polder's bed-room. Polder behaves as though he had been placed under eternal obligation ...
— The Best Ghost Stories • Various



Words linked to "Polder" :   ground, soil, land



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