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See also: landmass and land mass



land-mass (plural land-masses)

  1. Alternative form of landmass.
    • 1986, Valerie M. Thom, “Scotland – its avifauna and geography”, in Birds in Scotland, London: T & AD Poyser, published 2011, →ISBN, page 15:
      Scotland's geographical location (Map 1), projecting northwest from the main land-mass of Europe, and its wide variety of habitats are the principal factors responsible for the diversity of the 449 species (excluding those square-bracketed – see Chapter 11) currently on the Scottish list.