HinterlandHINT-ər-landPart of speech: nounOrigin: German, late 19th century
1The often uncharted areas beyond a coastal district or a river’s banks.2An area lying beyond what is visible or known.
Examples of Hinterland in a sentence “The merchants from the hinterland brought fascinating new products to the fishing village.” “The dog’s ball landed somewhere in the woods’ hinterlands.”

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