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1. glen

noun. ['ˈglɛn'] a narrow secluded valley (in the mountains).

Synonyms

  • valley

Etymology

  • gleann (Scottish Gaelic)

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Words that Rhyme with Glen

  • cnnfn
  • tienanmen
  • sebastiane
  • patrolmen
  • )end-the-paren
  • councilmen
  • (left-paren
  • handymen
  • comedienne
  • )close-paren
  • vannguyen
  • )right-paren
  • madeleine
  • knin
  • georgienne
  • )end-paren
  • asean
  • anchormen
  • teng-wen
  • sheng-fen
  • sdn
  • salmen
  • pitchmen
  • phenfen
  • ming-jen
  • magten
  • lpn
  • dufresne
  • courchesne
  • cnn

Example sentences of the word glen


1. Noun, singular or mass
Another excellent spot to experience the richness of aquatic habitats is in the Canaan Valley, a cool, high-elevation glen supporting a unique mosaic of ecosystems, including extensive shrub swamps and bogs.

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