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mountain a very tall hill; highest land on earth
mountain pass narrow channel or path through a mountain range
bay narrow part of an ocean or lake that cuts into land
basin bowl shaped area surrounded by higher land
mountain range long row of mountains
canal narrow waterway dug across land mainly for ship travel
canyon steep, narrow valley with high sides
cliff steep wall of rocks or earth, sometimes called a bluff
coast land at the edge of a large body of water such as an ocean
coastal plain area of flat land along an ocean or sea
delta triangle shaped area of land at a mouth of a river
desert very dry land
fall line area along of which rivers form waterfalls or rapids as the rivers drop to lower land
flood plain flat land, near a river, that is formed by dirt left by floods
foothills hilly land at the bottom of a mountain
gulf body of water, larger than most bays, with land around part of it
glacier giant sheet of ice that moves very slowly across land
island land with water all around it
harbor sheltered body of water where ships safelly tie up to land
hill rounded land higher than the land around it
inlet narrow strips of water running from a large body of water either into land or between islands
lake large body of water with land all or nearly all around it
mesa flat topped hill, with steep sides
Created by: chloek