The precipitous front of a tide-water glacier.(noun)
A cliff formed by marine erosion, in arctic regions, where the land consists of ice with more or less interstratified and overlying detritus.(noun)
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Use "ice-cliff" in a sentence
"There are certain times when you wonâ€™t be behind the butt of a rifle, either during a setpiece moment such as climbing up a vertical ice-cliff, rappelling face-first down a desert embankment or directing a speeding Zodiak motorboat down a rushing river."
"A few hundred feet from the outer edge of the ice-cliff, the forested moraine became a "dead" glacier."
"As he ceased reading, the boy's face was turned to the ice-cliff, where the plashing water flowed in a huge sheet, like a falling veil, over the face of the berg, shutting out from sight the twining pillars and narrow entrance of the sealer's tomb."