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Tapestry of Grace - Year 1, Week 01 (LG)

a stream flowing into a larger stream or a lake tributary
the area where a river starts and begins its journey to the sea source (river)
The place where a stream flows into a larger body of water. The mouth of a river is the end of that river. mouth (river)
A large piece of land that juts far out into the water and is almost surrounded by water. Florida is a peninsula. peninsula
a piece of land that is smaller than a continent and completely surrounded by water island
a large highland plain that rises sharply above the surrounding land plateau
an artificial waterway for boats or for draining or irrigating land canal
a large body of salt water that is smaller than an ocean sea
a small area of sea or lake partly enclosed by dry land bay
the highest point (as of a mountain) summit
a fan-shaped deposit of mud and sand, often green with vegetation, found at the mouths of many rivers delta
a harbor town or city where ships unload cargo port
a long, connected chain of mountains and hills mountain range
A small or narrow bay inlet
a high steep surface of rock, earth or ice cliff
Created by: lyndaj