Without elevations or depressions; flat; level; smooth; even. See Plane.
Level land; usually, an open field or a broad stretch of land with an even surface, or a surface little varied by inequalities; as, the plain of Jordan; the American plains, or prairies.
To plane or level; to make plain or even on the surface.
A significant area of level or gently undulating land. A variety of plains exist depending on their origin such as alluvial plains, coastal plains and flood plains.
An extensive region of level or rolling, almost treeless country; a prairie.
extensive tract of level open land; "they emerged from the woods onto a vast open plain"; "he longed for the fields of his youth"
a flat area of land below a plateau
a flat-lying geographic area
a large area of flat land free from forests and mountains
an environment with a lot of open grass land
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A tract of country the general surface of which is comparatively flat or slightly undulating. In extent generally not less than 2,500 hectares and sparsely, if at all timbered.
A broad and flat area that usually has low elevation.
Plains are flat lands that have only small changes in elevation.
Region of uniform general slope, comparatively level, of considerable extent, and not broken by marked elevations and depressions (it may be an extensive valley floor or a plateau summit); an extent of level or nearly level land; a flat, gently sloping, or nearly level region of the sea floor.
159] For a young woman to dream of crossing a plain, denotes that she will be fortunately situated, if the grasses are green and luxuriant; if they are arid, or the grass is dead, she will have much discomfort and loneliness.  See Prairie.
A large area of land, either level or gently rolling, usually at low elevation with very few trees.
an almost level area of land
Low altitude area of land, unbroken by mountain ranges.
A low flat area.
An extensive lowland area that ranges from level to gently sloping or undulating.
A relatively large, level, featureless topographic surface.
a flat, gently sloping or nearly level region PLNU
a region of general uniform slope, comparatively level and of considerable extent (grassland, highland, kula, plateau, upland).
a comparatively flat stretch of land; tract of level or nearly level land; any broad, level expanse, such as part of the sea floor or a lunar sea. [AHDOS
In geography, a plain is a large area of land with relatively low relief. Plains may be more suitable for farming than plateaus or mountains. An alluvial plain is a landform formed by the deposition of alluvial soil over a long period of time by a river coming from the mountains.