extent (part of speech: noun)
land (part of speech: noun)
- By 1616, towns were to have been built, churches and houses raised, and an increasing acreage brought under cultivation. - "The Virginia Company Of London, 1606-1624", Wesley Frank Craven.
- In the latter case, he is thinking primarily of a place of residence with sufficient acreage to make it possible to secure a partial living from the land immediately surrounding the home. - "A Living from the Land", William B. Duryee.
- It failed to provide means to protect the farmer while he adjusted his acreage to peacetime demands. - "Complete State of the Union Addresses from 1790 to the Present", Various.