Great Salt Lake
The Great Salt Lake.
Great Salt Lake definition by Webster's New World
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shallow saltwater lake in NW Utah, fluctuating greatly in size from 1,100 sq mi to 2,300 sq mi (2,849 sq km to 5,957 sq km)
Great Salt Lake definition by American Heritage Dictionary
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A shallow body of salt water of northwest Utah between the Wasatch Range on the east and the Great Salt Lake Desert on the west. The lake is a remnant of prehistoric Lake Bonneville, which covered an extensive area of the Great Basin.
Great Salt Lake - Cultural Definition
Shallow body of salt water in northwestern Utah.
- Largest body of salt water in North America.
- Salt Lake City is near the Great Salt Lake.