Plain and Tundra


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Plain noun – A broad area of level or rolling treeless country.
Usage example: the first settlers in that area lived on the vast plains in lonely log cabins

Tundra is a synonym for plain in tableland topic. In some cases you can use "Tundra" instead a noun "Plain", when it comes to topics like level land.
Nearby Words: plainly, plainness, plaint
Synonyms for Plain


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Tundra noun – A broad area of level or rolling treeless country.
Usage example: a report on the arctic tundra of Alaska and the polar bears that inhabit that vast, frozen plain

Plain is a synonym for tundra. You can use "Plain" instead a noun "Tundra".
Synonyms for Tundra

Both words in one sentence

  • Single-Biome Planet They included a Cloud Planet, a Forest Planet, a Jungle Planet and a semi-Ice Planet which was entirely tundra (a treeless plain with permafrost soil).
  • Humans Are Special You don't need modern technology: humans colonized every continent (except Antarctica) and most major islands, with climates ranging from the arctic tundra to desert to jungle to mountain to plain to forest, equipped with nothing more sophisticated than rocks, sticks, and bones.
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