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  • Her long hair is pulled back from her face and cascades down her back.
  • Reports of the species east of the Cascades have been called into question.
  • He said it was also the word for a cascade of water.
  • At the time the Cascade library considered moving into the church, but decided against doing so.
  • Not until their later years were they cascaded to branch lines.
  • The above can cause a cascade effect when multiple trains become stopped at the end of each block.
  • Indeed, the term information cascade has even been used to refer to such processes.
  • The river has here a significant drop, forming several cascades which give the village its name.
  • Here the river falls in two small cascades before joining again to flow as one.
  • These falls normally have water cascading over them only during times of wet weather.
  • It is the largest single block of state owned forest land in the Cascades.
  • Cascading failure becomes much more common close to this critical point.
  • Most of the High Cascades are therefore white with snow and ice year-round.
  • He also described their presence east of the Cascades, which has subsequently been decided is not the case.
  • She once lived for two years on the money she made from a TV commercial for Cascade.
  • The beetle was given this name because it can being only found in cascading water.
  • As a result, the passes often receive more snow than higher areas in the Cascades.
  • Some are no more than a trickle, while others cascade down the mountains.
  • Cascading water over natural rock to form a natural hillside water feature.
  • The two are related in that nearly all of the major cities lie west of the Cascades.
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Words starting with Cascade

Meaning of Cascade

  • noun A small waterfall or series of small waterfalls
  • noun A succession of stages or operations or processes or units
    progressing in severity as though a cascade of genetic damage was occurring, separation of isotopes by a cascade of processes
  • verb Rush down in big quantities, like a cascade
  • verb Arrange (open windows) on a computer desktop so that they overlap each other, with the title bars visible