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Long and narrow areas of land

bank

noun

a long area of land with sloping sides

belt

noun

a long thin area that contains a lot of a particular thing

bridge

noun

a narrow piece of land that joins two places

corridor

noun

a long narrow area of land that people or animals travel through

spur

noun

a long thin piece of land

strip

noun

a long narrow area of land

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