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Definition of "glens" []

  • A narrow and deep mountain valley, esp in Scotland or Ireland (noun)
  • Plural form of glen. (noun)

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Use "glens" in a sentence
  • "The eastern side of the island is dissected by a series of deep, steep-sided valleys known as glens, which are separated by narrow, serrated ridges."
  • "Our flight ended over Loch Lomond, and offered views of the Trossachs and Arrochar, and glens, gardens, stately homes, and castles, above corners of Scotland rarely seen."
  • "We had left, if only for a short while, a landscape of seemingly endless sunlit glistening snow and ice that covered the straths, glens and hills."