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Waterfalls out of the mountain sky drop into many; cascading streams rush from the outlets of others.
YOUR NATIONAL PARKSENOS A. MILLS
She watched the grass cascading over and behind the light wheels with fascination—it looked so cool and fresh.
Even the snow and the grinding, cascading glaciers became divinely tender and fine in this celestial amethystine light.
The head is turned in left profile, with hair cascading to the shoulders.
Johannes Maartens touched me and pointed upward through cascading salt-water from the back-fling of the cliff.
A short, sharp chute cascading off to the right seemed to fill the bill, but by a narrow squeeze.
DOWN THE YELLOWSTONELEWIS R. FREEMAN
Far out to sea the sun would try to catch the little waves, throwing floods of brilliant light on pearly cascading water.
The cascading song was already running its silvery course again; he leaned far towards her.
A WOMAN'S WILLANNE WARNER
Two centuries ago a joyous stream cascading down to meet the Mohawk was its only landmark.
Here and there a cascading stream like a silver thread could be seen dashing its troubled way down the steep mountainside.

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