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Definition of "cataracts" [cataracts]

  • Plural form of cataract. (noun)

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Use "cataracts" in a sentence
  • "A tiny bridge, a pace across, arched over a miniature river that flowed with rapids and cataracts from a miniature lake stocked with myriad-finned, orange-miracled goldfish that in proportion to the lake and landscape were whales."
  • "The fiords of British Columbia are said to resemble those of Norway, and the whole coast, with its wooded shores, snowy mountain-peaks, and flashing cataracts, is marvellously beautiful."
  • ""My fingers have developed what in a sighted person might be called 'cataracts', but I still plough on.""