coombe (Meaning)

coombe

a valley or basin on the flank of a hill, a deep narrow valley

coombe Sentence Examples

  1. The winding coombe meanders gently through the verdant hills.
  2. As they ascended the treacherous coombe, the hikers marveled at its steep and rugged slopes.
  3. The secluded coombe was a haven for wildlife, with birdsong echoing through the dense undergrowth.
  4. The ancient oak tree stood tall in the midst of the coombe, a silent witness to centuries past.
  5. The narrow coombe, shaded by towering trees, offered a cool and inviting respite from the scorching sun.
  6. The lush vegetation in the coombe created a tapestry of greens and yellows, a vibrant spectacle to behold.
  7. The stream cascading through the coombe created a soothing symphony of water, its gentle murmur calming the soul.
  8. The coombe served as a natural amphitheater, its contours amplifying the sounds of nature.
  9. The local legend spoke of a mystical creature that dwelled within the enigmatic coombe.
  10. The tranquility of the coombe was shattered by the sudden arrival of a group of rambunctious hikers.

FAQs About the word coombe

a valley or basin on the flank of a hill, a deep narrow valley

kloof, gorge, ravine, dingle, gully, gulch, rift valley, canyon, vale, dell

mount,mountain, peak, plateau, height, pinnacle,summit, alp,mountaintop, tableland

The winding coombe meanders gently through the verdant hills.

As they ascended the treacherous coombe, the hikers marveled at its steep and rugged slopes.

The secluded coombe was a haven for wildlife, with birdsong echoing through the dense undergrowth.

The ancient oak tree stood tall in the midst of the coombe, a silent witness to centuries past.