Name the landform vocabulary words given the definition

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DefinitionLandform Vocabulary Word
wide, flat area of land with grassess and few trees
an isolated land or hill usually in a dry area with a flat top and steeply sloping sides
an imaginary circle around the eath half way between the poles that divides north and south hemisphere
a cave especially large and dark
a small area of land surrounded on all sides by water
a small island usually isolated
a narrow strip of land connecting two larger pieces with water on two sides
a cold, treeless area, considered the coldest biome
silt, sand, and rock which is low watery land formed at the mouth of a river and often shaped like a triangle
a raised area or mound of land smaller than a mountain
DefinitionLandform Vocabulary Word
a body of land surrounded by water on three sides
a mountainous vent of the earth's crust where lava, steam, or gases may erupt in intervals
a very dry barren area with little to no rainfall, mostly sand covered
a narrow pointed piece of land that juts out from a coastline into a body of water
a large hole or hollow in the ground or side of a mountain
a hill or ridge made of sand and shaped by wind
a high isolated flat top rock or hill with steep sides formed by the impact of tectonic plates
a low place between mountains
a ring or partial ring of coral that forms an island in a sea or ocean
a very tall high natural place on earth that rises above the durrounding levels of land
DefinitionLandform Vocabulary Word
a damp area of land often with wet soil that is low in oxygen
a chain or group of islands in a sea or ocean
a large mass of land, of which there are seven, that covers a specific area of the Earth's surface
deep valley carved by a river with very steep sides includes a deep gorge with a running sream or river
a cliff
a steep face of rock and soil
the highest point of rock, ice, or land
the highest point of a mountain
a small island or peninsula
a mountain pass; a depression in the summit line of a chain of mountains

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