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
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In the Democratic Republic of Congo, while billionaires bicker over cobalt, the president is driving his country off a cliff.
The ultimate example of his willingness to trade is his choice to throw his adopted daughter Gamora off a cliff in order to obtain the Soul Stone.
She's forced to cross the lines into another park, heads to the edge of a cliff, frantically reloads her weapon, and fires off one last round into the tiger — but not before the creature slams into her, sending both of them over the edge.
An injury to closer Corey Knebel put the late innings up for grabs, with three consecutive failures in protecting one-run leads until Matt Albers came through Wednesday in a 3-2 cliff-hanger over the St. Louis Cardinals.
The private palace on a cliff was recognized in the 1960s for featuring contemporary furniture in a traditional architectural context.
The other Liars show up just in time to save Spencer and watch Mona fall off a cliff!
Some of the losses were more than double what Wall Street analysts expected, and stocks in major TV providers have fallen off a cliff.
Clarkson, who went 0-for-4 in the second half, was described the other day as falling off a cliff, with accompanying YouTube footage of Wile E. Coyote, the plunging predator of many cartoons, in an acerbic fellow's recent column (blush).
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CLIFF Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of cliff for English Language Learners
: a high, steep surface of rock, earth, or ice
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