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A principal mountain mass
A block of the earth's crust bounded by faults or flexures and displaced as a unit without internal change; normally consists of gneisses and schists
A block of the earths crust bounded by faults or flexures and displaced as a unit without internal change; normally consists of gneisses and schists
a compact portion of a mountain range, containing one or more summits
{i} group of mountains (French)
A mountainous mass which breaks up into peaks towards the summit, and has relatively uniform characteristics (3)
A block of the earth's crust bounded by faults or folds; a group of mountains formed by such a structure
a block of the earth's crust bounded by faults and shifted to form peaks of a mountain range
A massif is a group of mountains that form part of a mountain range. a group of mountains forming one large solid shape (massif ; MASSIVE)
Massif Central
Plateau region, south-central France. It is bordered by the lowlands of Aquitaine, the Loire basin, the Rhône-Saône valley, and the Mediterranean coastlands of Languedoc. Comprising about one-sixth of France, it occupies an area of 35,006 sq mi (90,665 sq km). It consists mainly of plateaus with elevations of 2,000 to 3,000 ft (600 to 900 m). Its highest peak is Puy de Sancy, which reaches 6,184 ft (1,885 m). It is the source of many rivers, including the Loire, Allier, Cher, and Creuse
Vinson Massif
Mountain, Sentinel Range, central Ellsworth Mountains, western Antarctica. Rising 16,066 ft (4,897 m), the Vinson Massif is the highest mountain on the continent. It was discovered in 1935 by U.S. explorer Lincoln Ellsworth
massifs
plural of massif
massif

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    mas·sif

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    mäsif

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    /maˈsēf/ /mæˈsiːf/

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    [ ma-'sEf ] (noun.) 1885. 1885 French, massif, adjective, from Middle French

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