glen (Meaning)

Wordnet

glen (n)

a narrow secluded valley (in the mountains)

Webster

glen (n.)

A secluded and narrow valley; a dale; a depression between hills.

glen Sentence Examples

  1. The secluded glen nestled amidst towering mountains shrouded in an ethereal mist.
  2. As I ventured into the glen, the sound of my footsteps echoed through the ancient trees.
  3. The sun peeked through the canopy, casting dappled light upon the wildflowers that adorned the grassy glen.
  4. A babbling brook meandered through the glen, its crystalline waters reflecting the verdant foliage.
  5. The glen was a haven for wildlife, where deer grazed peacefully and birds sang in the branches.
  6. On a moonless night, the glen transformed into a mystical realm, casting an eerie glow upon its surroundings.
  7. The locals whispered tales of a hidden treasure that lay buried deep within the forgotten glen.
  8. The glen served as a sanctuary for those seeking respite from the bustling city.
  9. As the autumn leaves turned vibrant hues, the glen became a breathtaking spectacle of color.
  10. Through the glen's winding trails, one could discover hidden waterfalls and enchanting vistas that filled the soul with awe.

FAQs About the word glen

a narrow secluded valley (in the mountains)A secluded and narrow valley; a dale; a depression between hills.

combe,valley, canyon, dale, coombe, vale, ravine, dell, gorge,gulch

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The secluded glen nestled amidst towering mountains shrouded in an ethereal mist.

As I ventured into the glen, the sound of my footsteps echoed through the ancient trees.

The sun peeked through the canopy, casting dappled light upon the wildflowers that adorned the grassy glen.

A babbling brook meandered through the glen, its crystalline waters reflecting the verdant foliage.