cliff

[n] - a steep high face of rock
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Cliff

• (n.) See Clef. • (n.) A high, steep rock; a precipice.
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cliff

drop noun a steep high face of rock; `he stood on a high cliff overlooking the town`; `a steep drop`
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Cliff

Cliff (klĭf) noun [ Anglo-Saxon clif , cloef ; akin to Old Saxon klif , Dutch klif , klip , Icelandic klif , Dan. & German klippe , Swedish klippa ; perhaps orig. a climbing place . See Climb .] A high, steep rock; a prec...
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Cliff

Cliff noun (Mus.) See Clef . [ Obsolete]
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Cliff

A cliff is any steep slope that has been formed by natural processes. Cliffs reated by rivers are called river cliffs. They are on the outside of the curving section (meander) or a river and may be from a few metres to hundreds of metres high. Cliffs are formed when rivers cut swiftly into the land.
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Cliff

A high steep face of rock.
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Cliff

A tall steep rock face.
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Cliff

Meaning as a surname: Cliff, slope or river bank.
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cliff

Staffordshire pottery decorator famed for her distinctive, brightly coloured designs for A.J. wilkinson at its Newport Pottery. Cliff set up her own studio at Newport in 1927 and launched the hand-painted 'Bizarre' range the following year. She occasionally used designs by contemporary artists such as Paul Nash and Laura Knight on her pottery. By t...
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cliff

steep slope of earth materials, usually a rock face, that is nearly vertical and may be overhanging. Structural cliffs may form as the result of ... [2 related articles]
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