Examples of waterfall in a Sentence
I used to like to throw sticks in the stream and watch them go over the waterfall.
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In the courtyard, thick shrubs and ivy were pulled away from the rock waterfall, which will soon be lighted so that more events can be held outside.
Climb past the quaint waterfall and Lamarck Lake awaits.
Two amorous bears scoot up a solid rock face and canoodle by a waterfall; a loner lies face-down on the beach, a pile of empty clamshells stacked beside him like crumpled beer cans.
Waterfall wonders Link three stellar state parks packed with waterfalls on this drive through Wisconsin's Northwoods.
Their dream: to sit in on a terrace halfway up a mountain, with tea steeping, an ink-brush at hand, a friend at the door, and a waterfall splashing nearby.
And like most people, I ‘grammed the hell out of it, and fell in love with all of Iceland's colorful cliffs and the absurd amount of waterfalls.
The old farmhouse still stands, the rushing waterfalls from the Clear Creek are as active as ever, and the general store (which was run by Wilburn's son until 2000) is waiting to begin its next life.
Get Outdoors For a relatively easy hike, the Cascades Trail affords a peaceful river walk that ends at a spectacular waterfall.
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First Known Use of waterfall
before 12th century
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