IN'LAND, adjective [in and land.] Interior; remote from the sea. Worcester in Massachusetts, and Lancaster in Pennsylvania, are large inland towns.
1. Within land; remote from the ocean; as an inland lake or sea.
2. Carried on within a country; domestic, not foreign; as inland trade or transportation; inland navigation.
3. Confined to a country; drawn and payable in the same country; as an inland bill of exchange, distinguished from a foreign bill, which is drawn in one country on a person living in another.
IN'LAND, noun The interior part of a country.