Noun(1) a small natural hill
(1) They sat on a raised hummock, and soon the hummock became an island as the water rose about them.(2) Just a tiny little ice hummock that had been pushed up to form kind of a dinner-sized tabletop platform of ice that we thought might fit a single tent.(3) It can be a height of land, a hummock of ice, or any place of elevation that affords an observer a clear view of their surroundings to make good observations.(4) The resulting hummock and hollow microtopography of the forest floor is characteristic of mixed conifer and cedar swamps in New York state.(5) Topographically, it consists of uneven, hummocky terrain interspersed with small, shallow pools of highly acidic bog water.(6) Bears generally hunt along pressure ridges, in hummocky ice, and at the edges of rough ice areas.(7) Rounding off the pavilion's layers is a roof garden with grassy hummocks and a calm, reflecting pool.(8) They watch for prey from slightly elevated perches such as hummocks , rocks, and fence posts.(9) They do not return to the vast hummocky moorlands until late May or even early June.(10) It is situated on the ground, on grass clumps or hummocks in the open tundra.(11) In hummocky terrain, the wire is presently suspended above the soil surface over hollows.(12) Coming back we crossed a vast expanse of low, sandy hummocks covered with sand verbena.(13) Most sandstones arc characterized by erosional bases, hummocky cross-stratification and intensely burrowed tops.
1. mound ::
2. hammock ::
3. hillock ::
4. knoll ::
Different Formshummock, hummocks, hummocky
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