Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of ashfall.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • A lot of ashfalls, lately, he thought, glad for the excuse to pull up the hood on his cloak.

    Mistborn

  • Buildings were stained by countless, repetitive ashfalls.

    Mistborn

  • Closer to the balcony, exotic trees with colorful yellow leaves gave shade and protected from ashfalls.

    Mistborn

  • Like the rest of the city, the keeps were stained by countless years of ashfalls.

    Mistborn

  • Like everything in the city, the wall had been stained black by countless years of ashfalls.

    Mistborn

  • A lot of days with no food, nights spent in alleys during rain or ashfalls ...

    Mistborn

  • The hot ashfalls had ended for the moment, but a ghostly red glow of drifted cinders tracked the dry streambed down the slope.

    Firestorm

  • All the fossils date to the Miocene, eighteen to twenty million years ago, when a volcano called Kisingiri on the mainland erupted with heavy ashfalls.

    Ancestral Passions

  • The ashfalls occurred for several weeks as the dry season gave way to the wet.

    Ancestral Passions

  • This would create the picture-perfect layer cake seen in geology primers, with the oldest ashfalls on the bottom and the youngest on top.

    Ancestral Passions

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