headland definition

  • noun:
    • a spot of land, often high and with a sheer drop, extending out into a body of water; a promontory.
    • The unplowed land at the conclusion of a plowed furrow.
    • a little bit of coastal land that juts in to the water; cape
    • The unplowed boundary of a field
    • A cape; a promontory; a spot of land projecting into the sea or other expanse of water.
    • A ridge or strip of unplowed at stops of furrows, or near a fence.
    • A ridge or strip of unplowed land on ends of furrows or near a fence.
    • A cape; a promontory; a place of land projecting from the coast in to the ocean or other expanse of liquid.
    • an all-natural level (especially a rocky the one that juts out to the sea)

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