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LAND'ED, participle passive

1. Disembarked; set on shore from a ship or boat.

2. adjective Having an estate in land; as a landed gentleman.

The house of commons must consist, for the most part, of landed men.

3. Consisting in real estate or land; as landed security; landed property. The landed interest of a nation is the interest consisting in land; but the word is used also for the owners of that interest, the proprietors of land.