Canyon (noun)

  1. A deep, steep-sided valley, typically carved by a river or stream, and often with rocky walls.
  2. A narrow gorge or pass between mountains or hills.


The word "canyon" comes from the spanish word "cañon" which means a tube or pipe, it was first recorded in the english language in the early 19th century. it comes from the word "cañas" which means reed.


  1. The Grand Canyon is a famous example of a canyon.
  2. We hiked down into the canyon to see the waterfall.
  3. The canyon walls were towering and majestic.
  4. The river flowed through the canyon, carving its path.
  5. The view from the top of the canyon was breathtaking.
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