Definitions

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  • noun The side of a cliff.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Only roads of sand connect the twenty monasteries on the thirty-mile-long peninsula, and some of the monks have lived alone for decades in cliffside caves.

    The Holy Mountain

  • Only roads of sand connect the twenty monasteries on the thirty-mile-long peninsula, and some of the monks have lived alone for decades in cliffside caves.

    The Holy Mountain

  • I don’t have pictures at this time because honestly, it hadn’t occurred to me to bring a camera — though next time I will, not because I want you to see all the lovely naked people at Blacks, but because the view (when I can stomach it) on the way down the cliffside is amazing.

    dungeons and dragons is taking over my life « Love | Peace | Ohana

  • Howsare writes that "the site has to be literally hacked out of a cliffside, which is then shored up with massive ugly retaining walls, which in turn face directly into people's tiny bedroom windows."

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  • Among favored spots for snapshots is a magnificent 40-foot-high temple called El Castillo (the castle), the Temple of the Descending God (featuring an upside-down figure of the Mayan god of the bees) and a cliffside sanctuary named the Temple of the Winds.

    Bob Schulman: Tulum Is Still Tulum on the Riviera Maya

  • Lady (pseudonym, don't you think?) lies the Country of Eligibleness, and within it, the cliffside Land of Love of Admiration ( & Vanity) as well as the "High grounds of Matrimonial," camouflaged by the sheer drop into Land of Coquetry where one encounters "Male Traps: Province of Deception," "Affectation," and "Valley of Mother's Artifice."

    Suzanne O'Malley: Day 14 of 29: Secrets to the Map of a Women's Heart

  • Among favored spots for snapshots is a magnificent 40-foot-high temple called El Castillo (the castle), the Temple of the Descending God (featuring an upside-down figure of the Mayan god of the bees) and a cliffside sanctuary named the Temple of the Winds.

    Bob Schulman: Tulum Is Still Tulum on the Riviera Maya

  • Lady (pseudonym, don't you think?) lies the Country of Eligibleness, and within it, the cliffside Land of Love of Admiration ( & Vanity) as well as the "High grounds of Matrimonial," camouflaged by the sheer drop into Land of Coquetry where one encounters "Male Traps: Province of Deception," "Affectation," and "Valley of Mother's Artifice."

    Suzanne O'Malley: Day 14 of 29: Secrets to the Map of a Women's Heart

  • Among favored spots for snapshots is a magnificent 40-foot-high temple called El Castillo (the castle), the Temple of the Descending God (featuring an upside-down figure of the Mayan god of the bees) and a cliffside sanctuary named the Temple of the Winds.

    Bob Schulman: Tulum Is Still Tulum on the Riviera Maya

  • Among favored spots for snapshots is a magnificent 40-foot-high temple called El Castillo (the castle), the Temple of the Descending God (featuring an upside-down figure of the Mayan god of the bees) and a cliffside sanctuary named the Temple of the Winds.

    Bob Schulman: Tulum Is Still Tulum on the Riviera Maya

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