Definition of inlander in US English:

inlander

noun

  • See inland

    • ‘This Saturday the inlanders will travel to the seaside to play Ballina in the second and final round of the Bardwell-Ellis trophy, with a single stableford at home.’
    • ‘It is obvious even to inlanders that serious forces are at play.’
    • ‘But the fish that reach the Pacific, even today, put on silvery muscle fast, and for the next two to three years travel distances that put every inlander but circumpolar birds and long-haul truckers to shame.’
    • ‘A recurring reference on the Internet in China is that northerners and inlanders are itching for a showdown with Taiwan, while southerners and coastal inhabitants, who have the most to lose in a war, are leery of confrontation.’

Pronunciation

inlander

/ˈinləndər/