1. English Language Learners Definition of Escarpment : a long cliff or steep slope that separates two flat or slightly sloped areas See the full definition for Escarpment in the English Language Learners …
2. An Escarpment is an area of the Earth where elevation changes suddenly. Escarpment usually refers to the bottom of a cliff or a steep slope
Escarpment, Earth, Elevation
3. (Scarp refers to the cliff itself.) Escarpments separate two level land surfaces.
4. Escarpment, scarp, palisade (s) - A cliff formation or line of cliffs can be called an Escarpment, scarp (from Italian scarpa, "slope"), or palisade (s)
5. A steep slope or long cliff formed by erosion or by vertical movement of the Earth's crust along a fault. Escarpments separate two relatively level areas of land
Erosion, Earth, Escarpments
6. An Escarpment is a geographical feature that is characterized by a long cliff or a steep slope. These slopes are formed either by fault action or by erosion
Escarpment, Either, Erosion
7. Sometimes, the word “Escarpment” is interchanged with the word “scarp.” However, in the strictest sense, the two words mean two different things.
8. A long cliff or steep slope forming the edge of an elevated portion of land is called an Escarpment. How are Escarpments Formed? Faults can occur between two areas of land, as a result of geological forces that may raise one area above the other
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9. The Escarpment is the line at which the quiet majesty of the Blue Ridge Mountain Range plunges down towards the rolling foothills of Upstate South Carolina
10. The 10,000 acre Mountain Bridge Wilderness Area encompasses the Escarpment's vast array of
11. Escarpment Arms is a new gun shop located in Western New York who also provides NYS Pistol Permit classes and firearms training at our own private range.
12. Here are all the Escarpment is the __ of land answers
13. Escarpment In one photograph, a tiny collection of barriers stands on an Escarpment just below a towering peak.
14. 8 synonyms of Escarpment from the Merriam-Webster Thesaurus, plus 9 related words, definitions, and antonyms
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16. Escarpment: a steep wall of rock, earth, or ice.
17. Zillow has 25 homes for sale in Escarpment Lewiston
18. A steep slope or long cliff formed by erosion or by vertical movement of the Earth's crust along a fault. Escarpments separate two relatively level areas of land
Erosion, Earth, Escarpments
19. The Escarpment is a UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve.It has the oldest forest ecosystem and trees in eastern North America
Escarpment, Ecosystem, Eastern
20. The Escarpment is composed of an outcrop belt of the Lockport Formation of Silurian age, and is similar to the Onondaga Formation, which runs in a parallel outcrop belt just to the south, through western New York and southern Ontario.
21. 10 Homes For Sale in Escarpment, Lewiston, NY
22. The Escarpment Studios (I guess) are pretty much just a big hot empty concrete pizza oven
23. The Blue Ridge Escarpment is a major east-facing scarp that separates the Blue Ridge Mountains from low-lying hills of the Piedmont Plateau
24. Caprock Escarpment, geological feature, Texas, U.S., that forms a natural transition between the High Plains (west) and the western edge of the North Central Plains (east)
Escarpment, Edge, East
25. Escarpment (n.) 1802, from French Escarpment, from escarper "make into a steep slope," from escarpe "slope," from Italian scarpa (see scarp)
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26. Slaughter and Escarpment H-E-B A Partner at this store was recently confirmed positive for COVID-19
27. The Maeda Escarpment Barrier (Hacksaw Ridge) The eastern end of the Urasoe-Mura Escarpment dominated the 96th Division front in the center of the line
Escarpment, Eastern, End
28. The part of the Escarpment lying within the 96th Division zone was called by the division the "Maeda Escarpment
29. Escarpment Arms, Lockport , New York
30. The Escarpment Vineyard, Martinborough, New Zealand promises some of the very best of tomorrow’s definitive New World Pinot Noir, Pinot Gris and Chardonnay
31. Escarpment: 1 n a long steep slope or cliff at the edge of a plateau or ridge; usually formed by erosion Synonyms: scarp Type of: incline , side , slope an elevated geological formation n a steep artificial slope in front of a fortification Synonyms: escarp , protective embankment , scarp Type of: fortification , munition defensive structure
Escarpment, Edge, Erosion, Elevated, Escarp, Embankment
32. ‘The Escarpment where the plateau met the plain became the Vindhya mountains.’ ‘Crossing the Hakos Mountains at the edge of the Namibian Escarpment is our greatest challenge.’ ‘From the pass head due south up the ridge, along a rocky Escarpment then up grassy slopes to a stony summit.’
33. ‘The Escarpment where the plateau met the plain became the Vindhya mountains.’ ‘Crossing the Hakos Mountains at the edge of the Namibian Escarpment is our greatest challenge.’ ‘From the pass head due south up the ridge, along a rocky Escarpment then up grassy slopes to a stony summit.’
34. Escarpment definition: An Escarpment is a wide , steep slope on a hill or mountain
35. Find 4 ways to say Escarpment, along with antonyms, related words, and example sentences at Thesaurus.com, the world's most trusted free thesaurus.
36. The Cody Escarpment or Cody Scarp is a geomorphologic feature located through the north and central parts of Florida
37. Here you will learn about IQ Option plans to build a world class interpretive centre called Escarpment Centre Ontario (ECO), just south of Owen Sound, Ontario
38. Escarpment (plural Escarpments) A steep descent or declivity ; steep face or edge of a ridge ; ground about a fortified place, cut away nearly vertically to …
Escarpment, Escarpments, Edge
39. The Escarpment Trail forms a link in the 340-mile, New York-to-Albany-spanning Long Path
40. The Escarpment Trail can be hiked end to end in a weekend, or you can fashion a three-day out-and-back of 30 miles that includes loops at each end
Escarpment, End, Each
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43. The Paekakariki Escarpment Track is a great adventure that’s not too far from Wellington for a day of walking
44. If you need help with anything about the Paekakariki Escarpment Track, email me at [email protected] or comment below about your experience on the trail.
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45. Quebec City Escarpment-Prints/Card - Black and White, Quebec, Canada, Tourism, Travel, Chateau Frontenac, Dufferin Terrace LifeImagesBySteph
46. The most common type of Escarpment occurs where more resistant strata form a …
47. The Niagara Escarpment Planning and Development Act established a planning process to ensure that the area would be protected for future generations
Escarpment, Established, Ensure
48. The Niagara Escarpment Plan , approved in 1985 and revised in 1994, serves as a framework of objectives and policies that strike a balance between development, preservation and the enjoyment of
49. Escarpment is a wine estate that was established in 1998 in the New Zealand region of Martinborough
Escarpment, Estate, Established
50. A house is an Escarpment, a door is a refusal, a facade is a wall
51. In time she reached the edge of the vast Escarpment below which stretched the loamy Vale of Blackmoor, now lying misty and still in the dawn
52. Silently he went on climbing the Escarpment, digging into the rough rock
53. Probably the Escarpment that extends from Austin to Eagle Pass.
Escarpment, Extends, Eagle
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55. Great Escarpment, plateau edge of southern Africa that separates the region’s highland interior plateau from the fairly narrow coastal strip
escarpment (noun) · escarpments (plural noun)
The escarpment is most famous as the cliff over which the Niagara River plunges at Niagara Falls, for which it is named. The Escarpment is a UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve. It has the oldest forest ecosystem and trees in eastern North America.
An escarpment is a geographical feature that is characterized by a long cliff or a steep slope. These slopes are formed either by fault action or by erosion.
Antonyms for escarpment include incline, ascent, slope, acclivity, grade, gradient, hill, cant, inclination and rise. Find more opposite words at wordhippo.com!