Landward vs Ballicater - What's the difference?

landward | ballicater |


As an adjective landward

is in the direction towards land, as opposed to in the direction out to sea.

As a noun ballicater is

(newfoundland) ice formed by the action in winter of spray and waves along the shoreline, making a fringe or band on the landward side.

landward

English

Adjective

(-)
  • In the direction towards land, as opposed to in the direction out to sea.
  • ballicater

    English

    Alternative forms

    * ballicatter

    Noun

    (en noun)
  • (Newfoundland) Ice formed by the action in winter of spray and waves along the shoreline, making a fringe or band on the landward side.
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