Examples of cliff in a Sentence
Standing at the edge of the cliff, we watched the waves crash on the shore far below.
rock climbers scaling steep cliffs
Recent Examples of cliff from the Web
Anthony: Random fun and excitement, kinda like climbing a cliff or going swimming out of nowhere.
Officials said 40-year-old Noel Bankhead drove a Land Rover off a 50-foot cliff with her two daughters and son inside.
That includes possible fast retreat at Pine Island and Thwaites glaciers due, in part, to the problem of ice cliff instability.
The plan is to realign the fairway to bring it closer to the cliff.
The review raised alarm among conservationists who said protections could be lost for areas that are home to ancient cliff dwellings, towering sequoia trees, deep canyons and ocean habitats.
Uranus' moon Miranda has 6-mile cliff drop-offs—imagine a daring Death Star run through that treacherous terrain.
After going off to fight in the Loot Train Battle, Daenerys and Drogon return to Dragonstone and meet Jon Snow at the edge of a cliff.
Between June 29 and July 12, Conrad toed the edge of the cliff and backed away.
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Origin and Etymology of cliff
First Known Use: before 12th centurySee Words from the same year
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