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Definition of "cascades" [cascades]

  • Plural form of cascade. (noun)
  • Third-person singular simple present indicative form of cascade. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "cascades" in a sentence
  • "Water fell in cascades from the top of a hill behind the castle, and formed a large channel on which a number of swans floated."
  • "So taking handfuls of the mixed-up letters, he amused himself for some moments with letting them fall in cascades from his right into his hand."
  • "The principal charm, however, belongs to the grotto with the river which it discharges -- the site of which may be described as a semicircular termination of a valley on a natural platform half way up a cliff -- the water tumbles down in short cascades for some distance; the grotto inside is untouched by chisel squarings or embellishment, just as Juvenal wished the grot of AEgeria to be."