Niagara Falls is a famous waterfall.
The definition of a waterfall is a steep cliff or incline down which water cascades.
Niagara Falls is an example of a waterfall.
A steep descent of water from a height; a cascade.
(third-person singular simple present waterfalls, present participle waterfalling, simple past and past participle waterfalled)
- (intransitive) To fall like a waterfall.
- The last, the highest waterfall in the state, has a vertical fall of 215 ft.
- Along the bottom of the ravine runs the river Wagura, a mountain stream, which forces its way into the valley over a bluff on the east, and forms in its descent a beautiful waterfall, or rather series of waterfalls, 200 ft.
- The town has secured the right of using a waterfall of 113 to 118 ft.
- Of these the largest are the Semene and Senkunyane (little Senku) and the best known the Maletsunyane, by reason of its magnificent waterfall - an unbroken leap of 630 ft.
- Fors, waterfall), High Force, Wilberfoss; -garth (O.N.