Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of serac.

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Examples

  • Ice cliffs, called seracs, are changing position as the ice recedes, threatening previously safe climbs.

    The Guardian World News

  • It has everything you expect from a glacier: tall seracs, deep aqua pools of melting water, fast streams, rocks, boulders and movement.

    Broad Peak and K2

  • It has everything you expect from a glacier: tall seracs, deep aqua pools of melting water, fast streams, rocks, boulders and movement.

    Broad Peak and K2

  • It has everything you expect from a glacier: tall seracs, deep aqua pools of melting water, fast streams, rocks, boulders and movement.

    Broad Peak and K2

  • It has everything you expect from a glacier: tall seracs, deep aqua pools of melting water, fast streams, rocks, boulders and movement.

    Broad Peak and K2

  • It has everything you expect from a glacier: tall seracs, deep aqua pools of melting water, fast streams, rocks, boulders and movement.

    Broad Peak and K2

  • It has everything you expect from a glacier: tall seracs, deep aqua pools of melting water, fast streams, rocks, boulders and movement.

    Broad Peak and K2

  • It has everything you expect from a glacier: tall seracs, deep aqua pools of melting water, fast streams, rocks, boulders and movement.

    Broad Peak and K2

  • It has everything you expect from a glacier: tall seracs, deep aqua pools of melting water, fast streams, rocks, boulders and movement.

    Broad Peak and K2

  • It has everything you expect from a glacier: tall seracs, deep aqua pools of melting water, fast streams, rocks, boulders and movement.

    Broad Peak and K2

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