Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Topped with a plane surface; having a tabular or level top.

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Examples

  • April 26, 2007 with spinifex twig plucked from thorny nest and put to the work of hands your cherished name I did engrave, cursive, upon rippled ochre sands of mala plain where cassia weeps and table-topped mesa commands

    An Inscription, Somewhere Near Mount Conner

  • At a mile passed a small table-topped hill to the west of our line; at three miles and a half crossed the creek; at four miles passed another table-topped hill connected with the low range to the east, and passed the first ironstone hill; at seven miles changed to 55 degrees; at eight miles halted at a large permanent water hole (Andamoka).

    The Journals of John McDouall Stuart

  • Sent Muller and my stockman to build a cone of stones upon the highest of the three table-topped hills, for the base line of the survey.

    The Journals of John McDouall Stuart

  • To the north can be seen the points of three other table-topped hills; to the north-east is a large stony plain about ten miles broad, beyond which are high sand hills, and beyond them again, in the far distance, is the luminous appearance of water.

    The Journals of John McDouall Stuart

  • At six miles south there is a high table-topped hill, which I think is granite.

    The Journals of John McDouall Stuart

  • There are three table-topped hills to the east of the end of our north line; I think they are those within a short distance of which

    The Journals of John McDouall Stuart

  • Ascended that, but could see nothing but more table-topped ranges in the distance.

    The Journals of John McDouall Stuart

  • It is a table-topped hill, standing on high table land, which is intersected with numerous small watercourses, flowing towards the Douglas on the south and west sides of the mount, which I have named Mount Anna.

    The Journals of John McDouall Stuart

  • I supposed to be the top of the Hanson range, but found another long table-topped hill, higher, about three miles distant.

    The Journals of John McDouall Stuart

  • About an hour before sunset, we came in full sight of a number of tent and table-topped hills to the north-west, the stony table land being to the south of us, and the dip of the country still towards Lake Torrens.

    The Journals of John McDouall Stuart

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