Noun(1) a natural elevation (especially a rocky one that juts out into the sea
(1) The Inn is built high on a rocky promontory that looks over Chesterman Beach, and the sheer acreage of windows in this cedar-and-glass structure makes it ideal for its winter attraction - storm-watching.(2) The cavalry stopped just short of bow range from the rocky promontory , and the women prepared for a ground assault.(3) a rocky promontory(4) Strategically situated on a rocky promontory with an adjacent natural harbor, it was called Cabo Corso, or short cape, by the Portuguese.(5) Facial nerve paralysis is caused by compression of the nerve against the sacral promontory or by trauma resulting from the use of forceps during delivery.(6) You have to read your tides right - otherwise you could find yourself stranded on the rocky causeway that connects the promontory to the mainland.(7) A coastal path climbs spectacularly over a rocky promontory and brings you to L' Estagnol, where you will find a sheltered sandy cove.(8) The castle was perched atop a promontory jutting from the foothill of a steep, ice-stained mountain whose angular cliffs rose tier after tier to a single high bluff of bare rock.(9) The house sits on a rocky promontory at the southern tip of Kata beach, one of the best on the island.(10) Both ponds were divided from the lake by a low promontory of land that encircled them.(11) Less commonly, shoulder dystocia results from impaction of the posterior shoulder on the sacral promontory .(12) These motions push the posterior shoulder over the sacral promontory , allowing it to fall into the hollow of the sacrum, and rotate the symphysis over the impacted shoulder.(13) Imagine a hooked promontory jutting from the cliffs, but submerged 10m.(14) Clearance of the obstruction showed that the tympanic membrane was compressed against the promontory .(15) The Oyster Residence is a seven-bedroom eco-retreat perched on a rocky promontory and surrounded by a pine forest that comes all the way down to the shores of the eastern Mediterranean.(16) It was hard to tell which eagle-eyed member of the crew spotted the stranded paddler waving at us from a rocky promontory .
1. headland ::
2. point ::
3. cape ::
4. head ::
5. foreland ::
6. horn ::
7. bill ::
8. peninsula ::
Different Formspromontories, promontory
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