The slipping down of a mass of land from a mountain, hill, etc.
The land which slips down.
the perceptible downward sliding or falling of a relatively dry amount of earth, rock, or combination of the two under the influence of gravity; also known as landslip. math : function symbol
a large flow of rock, soil, and debris, typically slow-moving.
An election victory in which the winning candidate receives a substantial majority of the votes, usually meaning at least ten per cent more than any opposing candidate.
Any overwhelming victory.
an overwhelming majority of votes for one candidate or political party
The name given to an election which one party wins by a very large margin. Famous landslides in UK elections include Labour's victory in 1945, the Conservative win in 1983 and the election which brought Tony Blair to power in 1997.
"Landslide" is the second single from Unbelievable Truth's second album, Sorrythankyou. This single was the final one released by the band before their amicable split. The two b-sides would later be re-released as two of the tracks on Misc.
"Landslide" is a song performed by Stevie Nicks and performed by Fleetwood Mac. It was first featured on the band's 1975 album Fleetwood Mac. It is a favorite amongst both Fleetwood Mac and Stevie Nicks fans, and has been successfully interpreted by artists in different musical genres.
Landslide is the fifth song on AC/DC's album Flick of the Switch, released in 1983. It was written by Angus Young, Malcolm Young, and Brian Johnson.