an expanse of water with many islands scattered in it
curved part of a coastline where the water juts into the land.
a deep, narrow valley with steep sides, cut in rock by a river.
a curved or pointed part of a coastline where the land juts out far into the water.
the border between land and an ocean, a sea, or a lake.
a barrier built to hold back flowing water.
a fan-shaped accumulation of soil and sand that collects at the mouths of some rivers.
dry, barren land
broadly curved coastline where the ocean juts into the land.
a raised area of land that is lower than a mountain and usually has a rounded top.
a stream of water running from a larger body of water into the land or between islands.
a body of land, smaller than a continent, that is entirely surrounded by water.
a narrow strip of land with water on both sides that connects two larger bodies of land.
a body of water surrounded entirely by land. Its water is usually fresh, no salt.
a large, flat-topped hill; common in the Western U.S.