tableland

[tey-buhl-land]
noun
an elevated and generally level region of considerable extent; plateau.

Origin:
1690–1700; table + -land

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tableland (ˈteɪbəlˌlænd)
 
n
flat elevated land; a plateau

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tableland   (tā'bəl-lānd')  Pronunciation Key 
A flat, elevated region, such as a plateau or mesa.
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Example sentences
Land features consist of broad, level to gently rolling tableland.
Land features are comprised predominantly of level to gently rolling tableland that is dissected with narrow drainage ways.
The topography is comprised of an undulating tableland of low relief with widely scattered hills and knobs.
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