Definition of "landmass" [landmass]

  • A large unbroken area of land. (noun)

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Use "landmass" in a sentence
  • "Anatolia, the main Turkish landmass that historically has been known as Asia Minor, literally translates as "full of mothers"."
  • "Unlike other large population nations, we have a lot of room to grow because of 90% of our landmass is habitable."
  • "Central bank leaders from throughout Africa met in Senegal to discuss ideas about how they better integrate economies across this landmass, which is home to more countries than any other continent."