landmass

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n landmass a large continuous extent of land
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Usage


In news:

The image on the left is from 8 July 12, while that on the right is from 12 July 2012, showing a profound increase in reflectivity of the landmass.
Notes From a Huge Landmass Bill Bryson returns home and finds an abundance of everything, especially absurdity.
The overarching tale of American history is largely a story of westward expansion—advancing the boundaries of this nation until it eventually filled out the landmass between two oceans.
A wind, more or less untouched by any landmass, whips around the globe, pounding Tasmania 's west coast.
London-based watchdog group Global Witness and two others say one-quarter of Liberia 's landmass has been handed to logging companies in shady deals, often using illegal logging permits.
After Chinese and Japanese nationalists staged competing occupations of the barren landmasses that China refers to as the Diaoyu Archipelago (????
If Jefferson had had his way, the 163,695-square mile landmass that is the state of California would have consisted of five equilateral rectangles with no meandering curves or unexpected projections.
Fortunately the tropical storms that have developed during the last couple of days, Bret and just this afternoon Cindy, do not pose a significant threat to any landmasses.
The country geographically comprises two main landmasses ?
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In science:

In traditional urban researches, the dynamics of an urban pattern come from the landmasses, the physical aggregates of buildings delivering place for people and their activity.
Random Walks Estimate Land Value
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