cliff (part of speech: noun)
- Several surgeons and students among us had extemporised an hospital in the shelter of a cliff. - "In the Track of the Troops", R.M. Ballantyne.
- So they all climbed the cliff where they could get a good view. - "The Later Cave-Men", Katharine Elizabeth Dopp.
- He stood on the edge of the little cliff, above the road between the dark mountains and the sea black with depth. - "The Dark Flower", John Galsworthy.