A broad, flat-topped elevation with one or more clifflike sides, common in the southwest United States.(noun)
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Use "mesa" in a sentence
"The distinction between plateaus and mesas is vague; in fact, in local usage the term mesa is usually applied to all of these tables which do not carry volcanic mountains."
"The good thing is Americans know and don't forget. brian in mesa"
"Anyone who abuses his wife and child is my kind of real man. brian in mesa"