Crevasse – meaning of the word and examples

A very deep crack in the thick ice of a glacier. (Cambridge Dictionary)

A breach in a levee. (Merriam – Webster)

A deep crevice or fissure (as in a glacier or the earth) (Merriam – Webster)

A deep open crack, especially one in a glacier. (Oxford Dictionaries)

crevasse is a large, deep crack in thick ice or rock. (Collins Dictionary)

A fissure, or deep cleft, in glacial ice, the earth’s surface, etc. (

A fissure, or deep cleft, in glacial ice, the earth’s surface, etc.


What Are The Differences Between A Crevasse And A Crevice.

A crevasse is a fracture in a glacier while a crevice is a fracture in a rock.

14 best crevasse. Pinterest.


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