Synonyms for cascading
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CASCADING
He pictured the Soma cascading through his body, and the pain receded.
Cascading thousands of menhaden crushed him violently to the floor.
Cascading from the summit in all directions, they radiate like the arms of a great starfish.
Fine spicy plush boughs for bedding we shall have to-night, and a glorious lullaby from this cascading creek.
Her eyes were not like old-world diamonds; their sparkle was that of sunlight on a cascading river.
Yes—into the ring's mouth the aurora flew, cascading in a columned stream to earth.
But the grand forest, the sheening, cascading brook, and the brown fields were not the same to him that they were the day before.
Charley led the way over the rocks, and the murmur of cascading waters greeted the white men's ears.
As the animals came in sight of the cascading stream, they brayed with joy.
Waterfalls out of the mountain sky drop into many; cascading streams rush from the outlets of others.
1702, from cascade (n.). In early 19c. slang, "to vomit." Related: Cascaded; cascading.