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gorge
  • noun
    A narrow valley between hills or mountains, typically with steep rocky walls and a stream running through it.
    The throat. (Sinking his teeth into her gorge, he grotesquely tore her throat out.)
    The neck of a bastion or other outwork; the rear entrance to a fortification.
    A mass of ice obstructing a narrow passage, especially a river. (It is of record that fifty years ago an ice gorge formed near here.)

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