sand dune

  1. a ridge of sand created by the wind; found in deserts or near lakes and oceans
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  • It shows fractured blocks of ancient sedimentary rock separated by recent sand dunes.
  • This half-day guided tour will bring them right onto the golden sand dunes of Arabia in four-wheel drives.
  • Time collapses, and she goes searching along the sand dunes at the wrong time of day. The Times Literary Supplement
  • To one flank rises a sweep of sand dunes that lead off into pristine wilderness. Times, Sunday Times
  • No 3 on the list is the Viking burial boat discovered sticking out of a sand dune on the island of Sanday in 1991.
  • Shot in black-and-white, this is a visually spare film featuring empty landscapes of sand dunes, sand storms, and unco-operative camels.
  • It tackled steep inclines, rocky surfaces, muddy tracks and sand dunes with aplomb and at no time did I feel it would bog down or fail to scale rocky obstacles.
  • Much of the region is occupied by sand dunes, with areas of calcrete and silcrete. Great Victoria desert
  • Its mud-flats, sand dunes and salt marshes attract an array of unusual birds, which accounts for the number of twitchers with binoculars and long-lens cameras on the island.
  • When they reached the bay they parked behind a sand dune and walked down to the beach. A Roomful of Birds - Scottish short stories 1990
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