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A large stream of water that flows into a lake,ocean, or other body of water. River
A land form with high elevation and a pointed or round top higher than a hill. Mountain
A large body of fresh water surrounded by land. Lake
An area of land completely surrounded by water. Island
a dry,barren region that may be sandy and without trees. Dessert
A huge mass of ice that moves slowly down a mountain. Glacier
A body of land jutting into a lake or ocean surrounded on three sides of water. Peninsula
An opening in the earth,s surface through which steam, ashes, and lava are forced out. Volcano
Point of land that juts into water. Cape
Part of a large body of water that extends into a shoreline, generally smaller than a gulf. Bay
Part of a large body of water that extends into a shoreline, generally larger than a bay. Gulf
A sheltered area of water where ships can anchor safety. Harbor
A narrow passage of water that joins two larger bodies of water. Strait
A waterway dug across land through which ships can pass. Canal
A large, flat area that rises higher than the land around it;it is larger than a mesa. Plateau
The part of a river where its water flow into another body of water. Mouth
The place where a spring or river starts. Source
Flat, low-lying land build up from soil carried downstream by a river and deposited st its mouth. Delta
Low land between hills or mountains. Valley
A group of many islands. Archipelago
A stream or river that flows into a larger stream or river. Tributary
Larger body of water completely or partly surrounded by land. Sea
A strip of land connecting two larger land areas and separating two bodies of water. Isthmus
A broad and flat or gently rolling area usually low in elevation and covered with grasses. Plain
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