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Lind \Lind\ (l[i^]nd), n. The linden. See Linden.


n. (context obsolete English) the lime tree, or linden tree

Lind, WA -- U.S. town in Washington
Population (2000): 582
Housing Units (2000): 307
Land area (2000): 1.027650 sq. miles (2.661602 sq. km)
Water area (2000): 0.000000 sq. miles (0.000000 sq. km)
Total area (2000): 1.027650 sq. miles (2.661602 sq. km)
FIPS code: 39510
Located within: Washington (WA), FIPS 53
Location: 46.972564 N, 118.616346 W
ZIP Codes (1990): 99341
Note: some ZIP codes may be omitted esp. for suburbs.
Lind, WA

Lind is a surname principally of Scandinavian and English origin. It may refer to:

Lind (disambiguation)

Lind is a surname.

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Usage examples of "lind".

With a nervous glance at the tapestry bag, Lind sey grabbed her handbag and the phone book and pushed into the hall, pulling the door to behind her and checking to make sure it had locked.

The calm be fore the hurricane came swirling out of the Gulf, Lind sey decided.

She was quite sure there would be many a shattered heart when the women of New Orleans found out that Lind sey Latham planned to yank Detective Dufour from the ranks of available bachelors.

His voice cracked and broke on the words, and Lind sey tilted her head toward his.

As Lind had warned, they would expect an attempt at reversal and would have some nasty surprise waiting.

Doc, Herb, Lind, Nicky, Lucia, Faoumathey survived by being tough, by being leaders.

Michael Lind and Stephen Holmes, who gave me the benefit of their profound insights into the American tradition and encouraged me to persevere with this project.

British vessels, but Lind was dead by then and could not savor the victory.

But that evening, although there were no guests except Harold Lind, who dined at the house, Viola appeared in a pink-tinted gown, with a knot of violets at her waist, and -- she wore the amethyst comb.

Every few minutes, Linder would call out the name of some long dead city as a position check.

Out of frustration, he and Arthur Linder had climbed a small hill for a panoramic view of the search area.

The police booth where Linder stood was less than ten feet from the garage opening.

His horse ignored him, continuing to plod grudgingly along through the dense San Linder woods.

If you have a prisoner by the name Linder--Daniel Linder, I think, and certainly the son of U.

If you send Linder to me as directed a day or two ago, also send Edwin C.