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world georgraphy voc

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mesa a small, isolated, high plateau with a flat top and steep, rocky sides, common in dry regions of the western and southwestern United States:
archipelago a group of many islands
atoll a ring-shaped coral island or group of islands enclosing or partly enclosing a lagoon
butte Western U.S. a steep, flat-topped hill standing alone
canyon a narrow valley with high, steep sides, usually with a stream at the bottom:
cape an outer garment, or part of one, without sleeves, worn falling loosely from the shoulders, and often fastened at the neck.
channel the bed of a stream, river, or other watercourse
col a marked depression in a ridge or mountain chain, usually forming a pass from one slope to the other
cove 1.a small bay; mouth of a creek; inlet on the shore. 1.
delta a deposit of earth and sand that collects at the mouths of some rivers and is usually three sided
desert a barren region with little or no rainfall, usually sandy and without trees
estuarty 1.a broad mouth of a river, into which the tide flows
fjord
geyser 1.a spring that spouts a column of hot water and steam into the air at intervals.
glacier a large mass of ice formed from snow on high ground and moving very slowly down a mountain or along a sloping valley,
gulf a large bay; arm of an ocean or sea extending into the land
island a body of land surrounded by water, smaller than a continent
isthmus a narrow strip of land with water on both sides of it, connecting two larger bodies of land
lagoon a pond or small lake connected with a larger body of water
peninsula a piece of land almost surrounded by water, or extending far out into the water
plateau a plain in the mountains or at a height above the sea; large, high plain
strait Often, straits. a narrow channel or passage connecting two larger bodies of water
strait a narrow channel or passage connecting two larger bodies of water
tributary a stream that flows into a larger stream or body of water:
waterfall a fall of water from a high place; cascade or cataract
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