Geo Terms Crossword Puzzle

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QUESTIONS LIST: cape: a headland; the head, point, or termination of a neck of land, extending some distance into the sea beyond the common shore. , canyon: a long, deep hollow with steep, rocky sides, worn by a stream or torrent of water, atoll: a ring shaped coral reef, breakers: a rock that breaks against the wave; a wave that breaks against the rock, a sand bank, or the shore, exhibiting a white foam. , cave: a hollow place in the earth; a subterranean cavern; a den; may be natural or artificial, arm: a long narrow passage of water; a creek, brook: a small natural stream of water; a current flowing from a spring, canal: an artificial cut or passage for water used for transportation, bluff: a high bank, almost perpendicular, projecting into the sea, bank: a steep slope of ground rising from a body of water. , brink: the edge, margin, or border of a steep place, as of a precipice or the bank of a river. , altitude: the elevation of an object in relationship to a given plane, basin: a hollow place for water, cavern: a deep, naturally hollow place in the earth, deeper than a cave, archipelago: a body of water interspersed with many isles, beach: a shore of the sea or a lake, washed by the tide and waves, branch: a smaller stream running into a larger one or preceding from it. , bayou: a soggy, swampy, slow-moving body of water, obstructed by vegetation, bog: soft, wet ground covered with grass or other plants, too soft to bear a man, bay: an arm of the sea, extending into the land, smaller than a gulf and larger than a creek.