No Man's Land Definition

The unoccupied region separating opposing armies.
Webster's New World
A piece of land, usually wasteland, to which no one has a recognized title.
Webster's New World
An area of uncertainty or ambiguity.
American Heritage
An indefinite area of operation, involvement, jurisdiction, etc.
Webster's New World
(military) The ground between trenches where a soldier from either side would be easily targeted.

Origin of No Man's Land

  • A dispatch printed in the Times newspaper by Colonel E. Swinton writing as "Eyewitness"

    From Wiktionary

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