waterfall

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What could make the river run at this pace—a weir—or a waterfall?

If the waterfall sketches were not exaggerations, he would like to see the originals.

She'll keep that appointment for me at eight o'clock to-night by the waterfall.

You had to dash through a waterfall to get into your damp bed.

One afternoon we walked sixteen miles through a rain which was like a waterfall.

Breakfasted at the inn at Tinnyhinch, and then drove to the park to see the waterfall.

One might forget his friends and relatives, but not a waterfall like that!

Of course, she told them about the boat, and the current in the middle of the lake, and the waterfall.

Anuenue (a-n-e-n-e)--a rainbow; a waterfall in Hilo (p. 61, verse 13).

That boot was afterwards found on a ledge of rock near the waterfall.

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