Scene and Terrain

Scene

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Scene noun – The place and time in which the action for a portion of a dramatic work (as a movie) is set.
Terrain and scene are semantically related in territory topic. In some cases you can use "Terrain" instead a noun "Scene".
Nearby Words: scenery, scenic
Synonyms for Scene

Terrain

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Terrain noun – A region of activity, knowledge, or influence.
Scene and terrain are semantically related in territory topic. Sometimes you can use "Scene" instead a noun "Terrain".
Synonyms for Terrain

How words are described

good good scene good terrain
special special scene special terrain
similar similar scene similar terrain
certain certain scene certain terrain
Other adjectives: actual, new, independent, different.

Both words in one sentence

  • Global Warming: One of the aside scene features some penguins walking on terrain where the snow has melted, and one angrily rants about global warming.
  • Film / The Man from U.N.C.L.E. (2015) Cool Guns: Take a close look at the firearm Illya's carrying during the penultimate chase scene (the one with the all-terrain vehicles, where Illya is on a cycle).
  • Video Game / Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain Instead, this scene depicts Snake having being captured by Skull Face New Old West: Evoked: Snake hooks up with Ocelot, who is by now in full cowboy mode, and the two of them ride horses into Afghanistan, with a rugged, rocky terrain often seen in many a Western movie.
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