Lexicographical Neighbors of Benchland
Literary usage of Benchland
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Rhymes of a Homesteader by Elliott Curtis Lincoln (1920)
"Spirits of the benchland ON the green, soft fields of England the fairies ... But the benchland plains are barren and gray, for the winds of the bench are ..."
2. Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific by Astronomical Society of the Pacific (1919)
"SMYTHE, Mr. GEORGE A benchland, Montana. SNOW, Lt. LORENZO I Sig. RCAS, Ellington Field, Houston, Texas. SNYDER, Prof. MB, FRAS Director of Philadelphia ..."
3. The Bozeman Trail: Historical Accounts of the Blazing of the Overland Routes by Grace Raymond Hebard, Earl Alonzo Brininstool (1922)
"... in part, at least, of logs, the fortification being erected on a benchland. Along the north wall, inside, were the adobe quarters of the officers, ..."
4. Flora of the Rocky Mountains and Adjacent Plains, Colorado, Utah, Wyoming by Per Axel Rydberg (1917)
"... with a light brownish spot; pod about 1.5 cm. long, 3-seeded. L. oreo- philus Greene. River banks and benchland: Ore.—Nev.—Utah—Colo.—Wyo. ..."
5. The Men of the Mountains: The Story of the Southern Mountaineer and His Kin by Arthur Whitefield Spalding (1915)
"Weeds and briers were overrunning the pastures; the clay of the benchland was baked and hard; and only the river bottoms ..."
6. Bulletin of the Department of Geology by Andrew C Lawson, University of California (1868-1952 (1906)
"This canon disconnects the first ridge at its northern end from a plateau or "benchland," a portion of which comes 1 Mr. CH Asbury of the Carson Indian ..."
7. Sketches of Butte: (from Vigilante Days to Prohibition) by George Wesley Davis (1921)
"It is not a canyon nor a hiatus, but more a miniature valley and benchland, where the perfume of wild flowers is everywhere and song birds carol amid the ..."