Lake [noun]

Definition of Lake:

inland body of water

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Sentence/Example of Lake:

It’s the only moon in the solar system with a dense nitrogen-rich atmosphere like Earth’s, and the only place besides Earth where there’s been clear evidence of lakes on the surface.

The Erta Ale stands out as one of the world’s most active volcanoes and one of the only eight and possibly the longest-existing lava lakes in the world.

Some climate models have come to the same conclusion, he says, counter to the prevailing image of ancient Mars as a planet covered in oceans and lakes.

The lake’s water has been receding for thousands of years, so there are spots near the ancient shoreline where the present-day lake is invisible.

The landing site in Jezero crater, just north of the Martian equator, contains an ancient river delta that looks like it once carried water and silt into a long-lived lake.

Then all I had to do was put light meters into the lakes to estimate the amount of photosynthesis going on.

The researchers considered whether rainfall, dunes or dry lake beds could be responsible for the reflections, and found that only lake beds explain the timing and locations of the signals.

Near the lake, which fills the caldera of a supervolcano, Putra had found “a dead lizard with interesting morphological features, but he wasn’t sure what it was,” says Amarasinghe, who later asked the biologist to send the specimen to Jakarta.

They get into the tiny crevices of boats and motors, hiding until they reach a new lake.

I live in Minnesota, and my kids plan to jump into a nearby lake as soon as the ice melts!