- n. Plural form of cliff.
“We live in cliffs, in tunnels and holes we dig/bore.”
“I gave silver to the Tavern but the E-Z Terrain cliffs are so much neater than both these 2d tiles!”
“As one drives into Puerto Vallarta from the north, there are normally these magnificent cruise ships docked near the airport and as one travels south of the city to Mismaloya, the drive along beautiful ocean cliffs is spectacular.”
“At the edge of the woods on the side toward the cliffs was a stone which formed a sort of natural seat.”
“All along the cliffs were the golden pygmies, scores of them, beating upon great drums high as their waists.”
“Now, Danny and I were up at this same area one day, and Danny looked over to the right and noticed something halfway up the cliffs, which is a kind of a porch or a cliff shelf with bristlecones on it, and supposed that people going up to the clock inside the mountain could come out onto that shelf and look down at the view.”
“The cliffs are the most picturesque part; sometimes they are absolutely perpendicular, and of a red colour; at other times in large broken masses, covered with cacti and mimosa-trees.”
“Some of the fissures near the cliffs were a yard wide.”
“The cliffs were a favourite spot for attempted suicides.”
“The cliffs are a tall wall of rock that runs in an arc from Waco south to Del Rio.”
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