What is a Valley in GeographyWhere is a valley in geography?
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Broad/WideWe were looking down on the broad valley.deep/steepa viaduct over a low valley of the valley valleyaThe trail leads through nice forested valleys of the river.a green/ wooded/lush valley (=one with many vegetation or tree that grow in it) We were on a crest over a verdant valley, with the mountain above.
Thames/San Fernando etc. Valley ValleyThere are vast vistas of the Forth Valley.valley + NOUNthe Valley bottomMost the city is on the Valley floor.phrasesthe side of a ValleyHe glanced across to the other side of the Valley.the slope of a valleyThey living in the homes of Steins on the hillsides of a forested valley.
There is a large cascade at the top of a valley.The bottom of a valley. The bottom of a valley was crossed by a small bridge.THESAURUS valley is an area of the lower country between two line of hill or hill, usually with a flow through it. The trail leads through a secluded upland.
up the Gokyo Valley to see Mount Everestgorge, a low, small valley with cliffs - often used in name, especially in EuropeThe stream runs through a wide ravine.
Ravine a small valley with very precipitous sidesIt dropped down a glen.glen a glen in Scotland or IrelandYou followed the stream along the gorge.the Glens of Antrimgully a small narrower valley, usually made up by much rains that flows down the side of a hillYou arrived at the top by climbing up a gorge.
- the Mississippi River Valley - the more lives stuff themselves into the valley, the more space it can create for further lives - every year several thousand humans abandon the valley and only a few arrive - the Navy lands on the beaches just before it. The winds that blow up the valley decide in which way the tree falls.