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Can you name the name the vocabulary words about water given the definition?

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DefinitionWater Vocabulary Word
a type of freshwater wetland that consists of spongy, muddy land full of water
an area of water partly enclosed by land and smaller than a gulf
a wide inlet of sea or ocean that is parallel to the coastline; it separates coastlines from nearby islands
the waterway created when a river falls off a cliff or falls steeply
a natural hot spring
a freshwater, brackish water, or salt water wetland found along rivers, ponds, lakes, and coasts with plants growing out of the water
a shallow body of water located alongside of a coast
a narrow body of water that connects two larger bodies of water
an artificial waterway constructed for irrigation, drainage, river overflow, water supplies, communication, or navigation
a long narrow sea inlet bordered by steep cliffs
DefinitionWater Vocabulary Word
a horseshoe shaped body of water along the coast surrounded by land formed of soft rock
a part of ocean or sea that is partly surrounded by land, larger than a bay
a stream or river that flows into a larger waterway
a large body of salt water that surrounds a continent
smaller than a lake it is surrounded by land on all sides
a slow moving river of ice
a large body of salty water connected to an ocean, parly or completely surrounded by land
the location where a river meets the sea or ocean
a body of water that connects two larger bodies of water
a large flowing body of water that empties into a sea or ocean

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