Any of the world’s main continuous expanses of land (Africa, Antarctica, Asia, Australia, Europe, North America, South America)
Able to control movements of the bowels and bladder
The mainland of Europe as distinct from the British Isles
The middle of a continent.
A name given to Africa at a time when it was little known to Europeans
A large, distinguishable part of a continent, such as North America or southern Africa
Each of several large landmasses (notably Pangaea, Gondwana, and Laurasia) thought to have divided to form the present continents in the geological past