A landform that rises steeply at least 2,000 feet (610 meter) about surround land ; usually wide at the bottom and rising to a narrow peak or ridge.
A large area f flat or gently rolling land.
A large, flat area that rises above the surrounding land; at least one side has a steep slope.
A landform with a rounded top that rises above the surrounding land but is lower and less steep than a mountain.
A plain extending along a coast.
An expanse of sand or pebbles along a shore.
A deep narrow valley with steep side and often with a stream flowing through it.
A tubular Anatomical passage or channel.
Reddish brown. <a bay mare>
A very steep,vertical of overhanging face of rock,earth,or ice.
A land in or predominantly in grass.
A vent in the crust of the earth or another plant or a moon from which usually molts or hot rock and steam issue;also a hill or mountain composed wholly,or in part of the ejected material.
A portion of land nearly surrounded by water and connection with a larger body by an isthmus;also a piece of land jutting out into the water whether with or without a well-defined isthmus.
A point or extension of land jutting out into water as a peninsula or as a projecting point.
A shallow sound channel,or pond near or communicating with a larger body of water.
A large floating mass of ice detached from a glacier.
A Tracy of land surrounded by the water and smaller than a continent.
A narrow strip of land connecting two larger area.
An elongate depression of the earth's surface usually between rangers of hill or mountains.