Landscape and Scenery

Landscape

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Landscape noun – The physical features of a region as a whole.
Usage example: radar images that map the lunar landscape

Scenery is a synonym for landscape in place topic. In some cases you can use "Scenery" instead a noun "Landscape", when it comes to topics like panorama, countryside. popular alternative
Nearby Words: landscaped, landscaping
Synonyms for Landscape

Scenery

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Scenery noun – The array of painted backgrounds and furnishings used to establish the setting in a stage production.
Landscape is a synonym for scenery in place topic. You can use "Landscape" instead a noun "Scenery", if it concerns topics such as panorama, surroundings. popular alternative
Nearby Words: scene, scenic
Synonyms for Scenery

How words are described

full full landscape full scenery
natural natural landscape natural scenery
alien alien landscape alien scenery
mountainous mountainous landscape mountainous scenery
Other adjectives: dark, desolate, bleak, beautiful, gorgeous, breathtaking, new, lush, vast, bizarre, local, urban, surrounding, colorful, lunar.

Both words in one sentence

  • Rainbow Valley (scenario 20), which forbids any changes to the landscape or scenery.
    Source: Gimmick Level
  • Video Game / RollerCoaster Tycoon Not being able to destroy any scenery objects (including those you place) or alter the landscape caught quite a few people off guard.
  • Some areas have been set aside as preserves in order to retain the natural Martian landscape and scenery, although, of course, the air is breathable if rarefied (think Himalayas).
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