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- n. Plural form of sand dune.
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German navy, land forces and warrior newts; squads of sapper newts, in full view of foreign military attachés, under-drilled and blew up six square kilometres of sand dunes near Rügenwald.
We tumbled in sand dunes and fished mountain streams and hiked cloud-scraping peaks just to see over them.
She looked out on the rolling sand dunes that stretched forever into the distance.
It was the most expensive machine in the county, yet he did not care to flaunt its price or horse-power in a red flare across the landscape, which also was mostly his, from the sand dunes and the everlasting beat of the Pacific breakers, across the fat bottomlands and upland pastures, to the far summits clad with redwood forest and wreathed in fog and cloud.
But if Wolseley attacked the lines, the Sweetwater Canal and the sand dunes would force him to advance frontally across gentle pebble slopes.
Shaw stumbles along the bogs, morasses, and sand dunes of literature, without a terminal, leading the benighted and lost wayfarers still farther astray.
Instead, he fortified the chokepoint of the Ismailia-Cairo road at Tel el-Kebir, where a military camp sat on a mile-wide wedge of elevated land, with the Sweetwater Canal to its south and soft sand dunes to its north.