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QUESTIONS LIST: coast: the edge or margin of the land next to the sea; the seashore. , dell: a small vale with woods. , creek: a small inlet; a recess in the shore of the sea or of a river; a small stream. , country: any tract of land or inhabited land; any region, as distinguished from other regions; a kingdom, state, or lesser district. , cultivated land: land prepared for crops. , current: a flowing or passing of water; a stream, crater: the aperture or mouth of a volcano. , cliff: a high, steep, almost vertical rock, usually on a coast. , dam: a bank or mound of earth; any wall, or frame of wood, raised to obstruct a current of water, cove: a small inlet or bay; a recess in the seashore, crag: a steep, rugged rock; a rough, broken rock or point of a rock. , continental shelf: the edge of a continent that is submerged in water. , dike: a ditch; a mound of earth, stones, or other materials intended to prevent lowlands from being inundated by the sea or a river, channel: an arm of the sea; a straight or narrow sea between two continents, or between a continent or an isle, delta: an area of triangular-shaped land, located at the mouth of a main river from which distributaries flow. , desert: a vast sandy plain, characterized by minimal precipitation and plant growth, dale: a low place between the hills; a vale or valley.