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(noun) 
Definition
a ridge or line made by joining two edges
The seam of her tunic was split from armpit to hem.
Synonyms
joint
Cut the stem just below a leaf joint.
, ,
suture (surgery)
(noun) 
Definition
a long narrow layer of coal, marble, or ore formed between layers of other rocks
The average UK coal seam is one metre thick.
Synonyms
layer
Critics and the public puzzle out the layers of meaning in his photos.
,
vein
a rich deep vein of copper in the rock
,
stratum
The rock strata show that the region was intensely dry 15,000 years ago.
,
lode
(noun) 
Definition
a mark or line like a seam, such as a wrinkle or scar
Synonyms
ridge
In some places the ridge is quite a gentle feature.
,
line
He has a large, generous face with deep lines.
, ,
wrinkle
His face was covered with wrinkles.
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furrow
Bike trails crisscrossed the grassy furrows.

Additional synonyms

in the sense of furrow
Definition
a long narrow trench made in the ground by a plough
Bike trails crisscrossed the grassy furrows.
Synonyms
fluting,
rut,
corrugation
in the sense of line
Definition
a thin indented mark or wrinkle on skin
He has a large, generous face with deep lines.
Synonyms
crow's foot
in the sense of stratum
Definition
any of the distinct layers into which certain rocks are divided
The rock strata show that the region was intensely dry 15,000 years ago.
Synonyms
bed,
stratification,
lode

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