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Which word or phrase is most nearly the same in meaning as promontories?

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large waves, fields, deep caves, or rocky outcroppings?
outcroppings
i think

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Thanks, but I was thinking it would be fields too?
promontoriesplural of prom·on·to·ry (Noun) Noun: A point of high land that juts out into the sea or a large lake; a headland.
I was looking at this definition: " a high point of land or rock projecting into the sea or other water beyond the line of coast; a headland. " thinking land-fields, but now that I read it more high point of land or rock sounds more like D.
Rocky outcropping sounds more precise because of the use of the term "outcropping" - it juts out into the ocean.
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Yeah thats what I think I'm going to go with

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