maydon, joy, yer, sahn
Noun(1) a piece of ground having specific characteristics or military potential
(1) Between the gap and the mountain was a wild and broken terrain of scarp and gorge.(2) It is contested terrain , which will no doubt continue to foster debate and dialogue.(3) Mr Feeney said most people were unused to walking over rough terrain and their ankles are not strong enough.(4) they were delayed by rough terrain(5) The terrain includes cart tracks, stone stiles, rough moorland and broken stone tracks.(6) The drive to the base of the mountain, across isolated terrain , is enjoyable in itself.(7) Watson set a hot pace from the outset, over the type of Yorkshire terrain that suited the York rider.(8) The suspension was able to soak up major road undulations over rough terrain .(9) The vehicles were chosen for their ability to cope in difficult marshy terrain .(10) Being able to adapt to any hill conditions or terrain is what makes good skiers great.(11) The eastern fence was in more difficult terrain and we added wire netting to deter sheep.(12) Seismic reflection profiles can be shot over all kinds of topography or terrain .(13) The trip will take them through harsh desert terrain and some of the poorest countries in the world.(14) The lovely grassland terrain levelled out and for another mile we continued south.(15) The terrain being covered is very scenic with some great views over hills and valleys.(16) He has never thought that the rocky terrain in a corner of his lands is a hindrance to farming.
(1) rugged terrain :: yoshgina er
1. land ::
2. ground ::
3. territory ::
4. topography ::
5. landscape ::
6. countryside ::
7. country ::
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