cliffy

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cliff +‎ -y

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cliffy (comparative cliffier, superlative cliffiest)

  1. Abounding in cliffs.
    • 1865, Henry David Thoreau, Cape Cod, Chapter IX. "The Sea and the Desert", page 176.
      There is naked Nature,—inhumanly sincere, wasting no thought on man, nibbling at the cliffy shore where gulls wheel amid the spray.

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