Definition of Rockfalls

1. Noun. (plural of rockfall) ¹



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Definition of Rockfalls

1. rockfall [n] - See also: rockfall

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Rockfalls

rocketless
rocketlike
rocketman
rocketpack
rocketpacks
rocketplane
rocketplanes
rocketries
rocketry
rockets
rocketship
rocketships
rockface
rockfaces
rockfall
rockfalls (current term)
rockfest
rockfests
rockfill
rockfills
rockfish
rockfishes
rockfoil
rockfowl
rockfowls
rockhard
rockhopper
rockhopper penguin
rockhopper penguins
rockhoppers

Literary usage of Rockfalls

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1. Geotechnical Reconnaissance of the Effects of the January 17, 1995, Hyogoken by Koichi Akai, Jonathan D. Bray, Ross W. Boulanger, John T. Christian (1997)
"CHAPTER SEVEN: SLOPES, RETAINING STRUCTURES, AND LANDFILLS 7.1 Landslides and rockfalls 7.1.1 Introduction The topography of the region to the north of ..."

2. Report on the River and Harbor Bill by the Committee on Commerce, United by Knute Nelson, Francis Griffith Newlands, Theodore Elijah Burton (1910)
"tinuing-contract system, and the insertion of a lock in the dam is desired by the citizens of the cities of Sterling and rockfalls, with a view to extending ..."

3. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1900)
"... Botner) through erosion by water, obstruction by rockfalls, and excavation by névé and ice, the author concludes that the best developed corries, ..."

4. Planet Geographyby Stephen Codrington by Stephen Codrington (2005)
"but some, such as rockfalls, begin by travelling through the air. Some very large avalanches and rockfalls compress a layer of air beneath them that allows ..."

5. Volcanic Ash and Aviation Safety: Proceedings of the First International edited by T. J. Casadevall (1995)
"4) prevents comparison of their relative signal amplitudes, making it hard to distinguish explosions from rockfalls. Without data from a distant station, ..."

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