precipice[ pres-uh-pis ]SEE DEFINITION OF precipice
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PRECIPICE
At present I am on the precipice; without your hand I fall forever.
Do you not look on the past with a shudder at the precipice on which you stood?
I—I feel like a dizzy creature standing at the edge of a precipice.
Only a slender column of dust was still eddying at the edge of the precipice.
The rebels were on the brink of a precipice, and extricated themselves.
At the edge of the precipice was a seat, and there she sat down.
The road below attracted her like the depths of a precipice.
And there is room, oh so much room, along the edge of the precipice.
All were blind, stone blind; all made straight for the precipice edge.
They had tried not to go over the precipice, but perhaps the fall was inevitable.