An area of fairly level high ground
a windswept plateau
A putting green consisting of a level area on top of a bank or mound.
The second of four stages of human sexual response identified by William Masters, in which there is a period of intense sexual excitement lasting a variable but usually short time following a longer phase of increasing excitement and succeeded either by orgasm or by a longer period of decreasing excitement.
Basaltic lava extruded from fissures and forming sheets that cover a large area.
Gravel occurring in a sheet on hilltops or a plateau, at a height that suggests it has been raised by earth movement since its deposition.
A highland region in northwestern Arizona, north of the Grand Canyon, that adjoins southern Utah
A region of arid uplands in the southwestern US; along the Colorado River in Colorado, Utah, New Mexico, and Arizona; noted for its scenery
Another name for Canadian Shield.
A highland region in south central Utah, north of Lake Powell