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Landform Vocabulary Words and Definitions

ocean one of the world's five largest bodies of water
mountain a high, rounded or pointed landform with steep sides, higher than a hill
river a large stream of water that flows across land
lake a body of water completely surrounded by land
peninsula a body of land nearly surrounded by water
sea a large body of salt water, smaller than an ocean
island a body of land completely surrounded by water
plain a large area of flat or nearly flat land
delta land formed at the mouth of a river by silts, stones, and pebbles
canyon a deep, narrow valley with steep sides
gulf part of an ocean or sea that extends into the land, larger than a bay
plateau a high, flat landform that rises steeply above the surrounding land, larger than a mesa or butte
coastline land along an ocean or sea
harbor a protected place along the shore where ships can anchor
valley an area of low land between mountains or hills
Created by: wces