A conspicuous isolated hill or small mountain, especially one with steep sides, resulting in a turret-like formation.
   Sometimes one results from the further erosion of a mesa, which is a flat, table-topped mountain bounded by steep cliffs.  A mesa is usually capped with a resistant rock layer, and as it erodes from the sides towards the middle, it becomes narrower and eventually forms a butte.


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