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coastal plain


  1. a plain extending along a coast.

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Word History and Origins

Origin of coastal plain1

An Americanism dating back to 1895–1900

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Example Sentences

With a range that once spanned from the coastal plains of North Carolina to the bayous of East Texas, the ivory-billed woodpecker suffered a precipitous drop in numbers during the 1800s.

The Mid-Atlantic’s summer beach destinations wouldn’t exist without this coastal plain.

A number of individual counties, from the desert floor of Arizona to the coastal plains of North Carolina, have also beckoned everyone to make appointments.

Orange County was just as bad as LA, which makes sense given they are the same coastal plain with the same backing mountains.

Mofaz'€™s constituents on the affluent coastal plain will be looking for progress on the Palestinian front and he knows it.

A plateau is defined as a high lowland; therefore, this section is higher in elevation than the Coastal Plain region.

Both specimens were found beneath rocks in tropical semi-deciduous forest at an elevation of 15 meters on the coastal plain.

The car turned from the fort and the mountains and shot away over the foothills toward the coastal plain.

It lies partly upon the north-east slope of the great Brazilian plateau, and partly upon the sandy coastal plain.

The sandy, coastal plain, with a width of 12 to 18 m., is nearly bare of vegetation.





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