In feudal legislation, land set aside by the lord associated with manor becoming cultivated by their serfs or employed for the manor, as distinguished from the lands occupied or enjoyed because of the renters. See outland.
Of or pertaining to the inside, as distinguished from the coast; away or retired from the sea or even the primary sea: as, an inland town or pond.
continued within a country; domestic; maybe not international: as, inland trade.
Confined to a country; attracted and payable in identical nation: since, an inland costs of exchange (distinguished from a foreign costs, which can be drawn in one country on an individual residing another).
Somewhat refined or polished; civilized: in opposition to upland, the old appearance for ‘rustic.’