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Foreland may refer to:

  • a landform projecting into the sea, such as a headland or a promontory
  • an area of land in front of something
    • Foreland basin, in geology, the zone that receives sediment from an adjacent mountain chain
    • Glacier foreland, the area between the leading edge of a glacier and the moraines of the last maximum
  • Foreland, Isle of Wight, a promontory on the Isle of Wight in England

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