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landmass

a large continuous area of land, as opposed to seas or islands
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The Philippines in 2017 renamed the undersea landmass Philippine Rise from Benham Rise, to assert its jurisdiction in the area.
At some points in Earth's history, there has been only one large landmass or two, called supercontinents.
Political sources said that a big landmass fell over two labourers engaged in routine work inside the mine.
When Genghis, and after him, Timur, bulldozed their way across the Eurasian landmass, they unclogged the vast network of trails collectively called Silk Road.
Look at the ice block and the landmass and record your observations about how they've changed.
The sea off the shore of the Musandam peninsula was filled with interesting sights such as dolphins, huge mountain walls, and scattered villages on different coasts, but it was the Telegraph Island, a rocky landmass in the middle of the very salty sea (due to Elphinstone) that, according to me, was the highlight of the cruise.
That's like us, with our landmass of 98,000 square miles, taking in 40 refugees.
It could intensify into a tropical depression after crossing the landmass of Luzon and move toward Hainan in Southern China or Vietnam," he added.
Half of Scotland's landmass has no 3G, compared with only six per cent in England.
The landmass has also tripled in height since December, now rising more than 196 feet (60 m) above sea level.
Summary: Communities' portfolio comprises of three impressive projects being built on four million square meters of landmass in three countries
Countless millions in that vast landmass have endured every conceivable horror, from famine, wars, atrocities and disease for decades.