Sentence for precipice | Use precipice in a sentence

Sentence with word precipice. The sentences below are ordered by length from shorter and easier to longer and more complex. They use precipice in a sentence, providing visitors a sentence for precipice.

  • She had him at the edge of the precipice. (10)
  • Back, back they fell until the very edge of the precipice was reached. (19)
  • She referred to the road which, next the precipice, is unguarded by any sort of parapet. (9)
  • From her tall precipice and terraced gardens she looks far and wide on the sea and broad champaigns. (2)
  • The vengeance urged of desire a reserve countermands; The patience clasped totters hard on the precipice edge. (10)
  • The struggle was in herself, so deep that she could hardly understand it; as might be an effort to subdue the instinctive dread of a precipice. (8)
  • She had just appeared over the brow of the precipice, along whose face the arrivals and departures by the ferry-boat at Campobello obliquely ascend and descend. (9)

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Definition of precipice:

  • precipice, pres’i-pis, n. a very steep place: any steep descent: a perpendicular bank or cliff. | adj. precip’itous, like a precipice: very steep: hasty: rash. | adv. precip’itously. | n. precip’itousness. (0)

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