How to use landmass in a sentence
When a country spreads over a large and varied land mass, connections can be as important as resources.
The small land mass was split in half, with work on one side, daily life on the other.
In this particular case, the actual land mass known as Florida killed the 37-year-old Bush.Sunshine: Florida’s Fraught Relationship With the Truth | Jim DeFede | March 17, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
Finally there are those which are confined to one land mass and very often to a restricted region of that.Earthworms and their Allies | Frank E. Beddard
The northern land mass begins in the north with the area which lies between the Yenisei and the Lena.
Perhaps some two hours later Ross swam toward the land mass of Kyn Add.Key Out of Time | Andre Alice Norton
Instead, there were thousands of islands, so many that the land mass roughly equaled the sea surface.Eight Keys to Eden | Mark Irvin Clifton
In youth the land mass was roughhewn and cut deep by stream erosion.The Elements of Geology | William Harmon Norton
British Dictionary definitions for landmass
a large continuous area of land, as opposed to seas or islands
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Scientific definitions for landmass
A large, continuous area of land, such as a continent or a very large island.
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