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alley1 a path or walkway between garden beds, trees, or other landscape elements, as in a park. [1/5 definitions]
expanse a wide and open area, as of landscape; that which is of wide extent. [1/2 definitions]
Frederick Olmsted U.S. park designer considered the founder of American landscape architecture, whose achievements include New York City's Central Park and major U.S. national parks; born Frederick Law Olmsted (b.1822--d.1903)
landmark a feature of the landscape that serves as a point of reference, a guide for travelers, or a boundary marker. [1/5 definitions]
moonscape any desolate landscape, such as one devastated by bombing or shelling. [1/2 definitions]
panoramic allowing or presenting a wide unbroken view of landscape and the like.
pollute to make water, air, landscape, or the like dirty, unpleasant, or unhealthy, esp. by infusing with waste material. [1/3 definitions]
prospect a view of a landscape, esp. as seen from a particular point. [1/5 definitions]
rape1 destructive assault, as on a city, landscape, or the like. [1/5 definitions]
relandscape combined form of landscape.
scenery surrounding land as it appears to a viewer; landscape. [1/2 definitions]
sector an identifiable segment or part of a landscape, area, society, political system, or the like. [1/4 definitions]
stark harsh and desolate, as a landscape. [1/4 definitions]
view area visible from a particular point, esp. a scenic expanse or landscape; scene; vista. [1/7 definitions]