Land-mass

landmass

[land-mas]
noun Geology.
a part of the continental crust above sea level having a distinct identity, as a continent or large island.

Origin:
1855–60; land + mass

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landmass (ˈlændˌmæs)
 
n
a large continuous area of land, as opposed to seas or islands

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landmass   (lānd'mās')  Pronunciation Key 
A large, continuous area of land, such as a continent or a very large island.
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