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EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

shadow +‎ land

NounEdit

shadowland ‎(plural shadowlands)

  1. A shadowy or borderline area, where normal rules and boundaries do not apply
    • 2009, January 4, “Ben Ratliff”, in One Young Band Among Some Older Sounds[1]:
      You can find a fair number of stage bootlegs if you know your way around the shadowlands of file sharing, but not nearly enough of it is available via normal commercial channels.

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