drumlin

[ UK /dɹˈʌmlɪn/ ]
NOUN
  1. a mound of glacial drift
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How To Use drumlin In A Sentence

  • Coherent ice-flow lines reconstructed from bedforms across the Irish lowlands indicate contemporaneity of drumlinization and moraine building in eastern and western Ireland.
  • But I looked at the rolling drumlin scenery around me, unchanged in generations, and thought that the dangers they would be face would be few. Irish Blogs
  • Broad till plains with thick and complex deposits of drift, paleobeach ridges, relict dunes, morainal hills, kames, drumlins, meltwater channels, and kettles occur. Ecoregions of the United States-Level III (EPA)
  • It is a land of undulating hills and hollows, dips and drumlins, rivers, inlets, estuaries and lakes, dotted with homes and barns.
  • A lone bank swallow put in an appearance for awhile and then went back to the drumlin to the south. Travelin' Shoes
  • I was vexed exceedingly to see the callant in this dilemmy, for he was growing very tall and thin, his chaft-blades being lank and white, and his eyes of a hollow drumliness, as if he got no refreshment from the slumbers of the night. The Life of Mansie Wauch Tailor in Dalkeith, written by himself
  • At the least, I shall go sledding even if it means I have to mar the beautiful snow on our drumlin. lazarus Diary Entry
  • Irregular till plains, end moraines, kettles, and drumlins are common, and wetlands are found throughout the region, especially along end morainal ridges. Ecoregions of Wisconsin (EPA)
  • About 10,000 years ago, boulders and soils trapped beneath retreating ice sheets were moulded into drumlins, and it is believed there is an island for each day of the year.
  • Last year moviegoers flocked to the theater to see the movie Drumline.
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