Mawson, C.O.S., ed. (1870–1938). Roget’s International Thesaurus. 1922.

Class III. Words Relating to Matter
Section II. Inorganic Matter
2. Fluid Matter
2. Specific Fluids

342. Land.

   NOUN:LAND, earth, ground, soil, dry land, terra firma [L.].
  continent, mainland, main, peninsula, chersonese, delta; tongue -, neck- of land; isthmus, oasis; promontory (projection) [See Convexity]; highland (height) [See Height].
  REALTY, real estate (property) [See Property]; acres.
  COAST, shore, scar or scaur, strand, beach; playa [Sp.]; bank, lea; seaboard, seaside, sea bank, seacoast, seabeach; seashore, rock-bound coast, iron-bound coast; loom of the land; derelict; innings; reclamation, made land, alluvium, alluvion; ancon [S. W. U. S.].
  REGION [See Region]; home, fatherland (abode) [See Abode].
  SOIL, glebe, clay, loam, marl, cledge [dial. Eng.], chalk, gravel, mold or mould, subsoil, clod, clot [dial.].
  ROCK, crag, cliff.
  GEOGRAPHY, geodesy, geology, geognosy, geogony, agriculture, agronomics, agronomy, geoponics, georgics.
  GEOGRAPHER, geodesist, geologist, geognost.
  LANDSMAN, landlubber, tiller of the soil; agriculturist [See Agriculture].
   VERB:LAND, disembark, debark, come to land; set foot on -the soil, – dry land; come -, go- ashore.
   ADJECTIVE:EARTHY; continental, midland; terrene (world) [See World].
  LITTORAL, riparian, riparial, riparious, ripicolous, ripuarian; alluvial.
  LANDED, prædial or predial, territorial; geophilous.
  GEOGRAPHIC or geographical, geodesic or geodesical, geodetic or geodetical, geognostic or geognostical, geologic or geological, geoponic; agricultural [See Agriculture].
   ADVERB:ASHORE; on shore, on land, on dry land, on terra firma [L.].