valley flat


valley flat
noun
: the low flat land bordering the channel of a stream

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valley flat,
a low, level deposit of sediment in the channel of a stream: »

Gradually, by undermining and caving the valley wall on one side and depositing on the other, the stream produces the broad valley flat of old age (Finch and Trewartha).


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