canyon (Meaning)

Wordnet

canyon (n)

a ravine formed by a river in an area with little rainfall

Webster

canyon (n.)

The English form of the Spanish word Ca

canyon Sentence Examples

  1. The Grand Canyon is one of the most breathtaking natural wonders on Earth.
  2. Hiking through the narrow passages of the canyon was both exhilarating and challenging.
  3. The canyon walls towered above us, casting shadows that cooled the desert floor.
  4. Rafting down the Colorado River, we marveled at the sheer magnitude of the canyon's beauty.
  5. Exploring the hidden caves within the canyon revealed secrets of ancient civilizations.
  6. The echo of our voices bounced off the canyon walls, creating a surreal auditory experience.
  7. As the sun set behind the canyon's rim, the sky transformed into a canvas of vibrant colors.
  8. The layers of sediment in the canyon's rock formations tell a story millions of years in the making.
  9. Standing on the edge of the canyon, I felt a profound sense of awe and reverence for nature.
  10. Wildlife thrives in the diverse ecosystems found within the canyon, adapting to its harsh yet spectacular environment.

FAQs About the word canyon

a ravine formed by a river in an area with little rainfallThe English form of the Spanish word Ca

gorge,ravine, valley, saddle, defile,crevice, pass, gap, abyss, gulch

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The Grand Canyon is one of the most breathtaking natural wonders on Earth.

Hiking through the narrow passages of the canyon was both exhilarating and challenging.

The canyon walls towered above us, casting shadows that cooled the desert floor.

Rafting down the Colorado River, we marveled at the sheer magnitude of the canyon's beauty.