fiord definition

  • noun:
    • Variant of fjord.
    • an extended, thin, deep inlet between high cliffs.
    • A narrow inlet associated with the ocean, penetrating between high finance companies or stones, as on coasts of Norway and Alaska.
    • A deep indentation associated with land, creating a comparatively slim arm of this water, with more or less precipitous mountains or cliffs for each side.
    • a lengthy thin inlet of this ocean between high high cliffs; common in Norway
    • Variant of fjord.
    • a lengthy, slim, deep inlet between high cliffs.
    • A narrow inlet of water, penetrating between large banking institutions or stones, as regarding coasts of Norway and Alaska.
    • a-deep indentation of land, developing a comparatively narrow supply of this sea, with additional or less precipitous slopes or cliffs for each side.
    • an extended slim inlet for the ocean between steep high cliffs; typical in Norway
    • Variant of fjord.
    • a lengthy, narrow, deep inlet between cliffs.
    • A narrow inlet for the ocean, penetrating between high banking institutions or rocks, as in the coasts of Norway and Alaska.
    • a-deep indentation for the land, forming a comparatively slim supply regarding the ocean, with additional or less precipitous mountains or cliffs on each part.
    • a long thin inlet of the ocean between high cliffs; common in Norway
    • Variant of fjord.
    • A long, thin, deep inlet between high cliffs.
    • A narrow inlet of the sea, penetrating between high financial institutions or rocks, as regarding coasts of Norway and Alaska.
    • a-deep indentation associated with the land, forming a comparatively narrow supply for the water, with increased or less precipitous slopes or cliffs for each part.
    • a lengthy thin inlet associated with sea between high high cliffs; common in Norway
    • Variant of fjord.
    • an extended, narrow, deep inlet between cliffs.
    • A narrow inlet of water, penetrating between large finance companies or rocks, as in the coasts of Norway and Alaska.
    • a-deep indentation of this land, developing a comparatively slim supply for the water, with more or less precipitous mountains or high cliffs on each part.
    • a lengthy slim inlet of this ocean between steep high cliffs; typical in Norway
    • Variant of fjord.
    • an extended, narrow, deep inlet between cliffs.
    • A narrow inlet regarding the sea, penetrating between large banking institutions or rocks, as from the coasts of Norway and Alaska.
    • a-deep indentation of the land, creating a comparatively thin supply of the water, with more or less precipitous mountains or high cliffs for each part.
    • an extended narrow inlet of the water between high high cliffs; typical in Norway
    • Variant of fjord.
    • Variant of fjord.
    • A long, thin, deep inlet between cliffs.
    • A narrow inlet regarding the sea, penetrating between large financial institutions or stones, as from the coasts of Norway and Alaska.
    • a lengthy, thin, deep inlet between high cliffs.
    • Variant of fjord.
    • a-deep indentation of this land, creating a comparatively slim arm of water, with additional or less precipitous mountains or high cliffs for each part.
    • A narrow inlet associated with water, penetrating between large finance companies or rocks, as on coasts of Norway and Alaska.
    • an extended, slim, deep inlet between cliffs.
    • A deep indentation of the land, forming a comparatively narrow arm of the sea, with more or less precipitous slopes or cliffs on each side.
    • a lengthy thin inlet associated with the sea between steep cliffs; common in Norway
    • A narrow inlet of the sea, penetrating between high financial institutions or stones, as regarding the coasts of Norway and Alaska.
    • an extended slim inlet of this water between steep high cliffs; common in Norway
    • a-deep indentation regarding the land, developing a comparatively narrow arm associated with sea, with increased or less precipitous mountains or cliffs for each part.
    • a long narrow inlet of the water between steep cliffs; common in Norway

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