Definition of "tidelands"
  1. Area of land situated between high and low tides, often owned by the person owning the frontline land, or submerged land below the sea's low tide point but classified as territory of a state or nation
How to use "tidelands" in a sentence
  1. His beachfront property included the tidelands, giving him access to the water's edge.
  2. The exploratory drilling in the tidelands led to protests from environmental groups.
  3. The state has ownership over the tidelands, regulating what activities may occur there.

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