Wave Cut Cliff?

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A wave-cut cliff is one that is on the edge of a sea or ocean. The water has eroded the cliff away so it has a weathered look. This only happens in places where there are sufficient waves to wear the cliff down, hence the name 'wave-cut.'
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( 窶イwト」 ¦kノ冲 窶イklif ) (geology) A cliff formed by the erosive action of waves on rock.
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A wave cut cliff forms when a cliff formed by the erosive action of waves on rock. Hope this answered your question.
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On coasts with sloping shorelines, waves crash against the land, eroding some of the material it's made of. If you look carefully, you may see a notch cut into the shore by waves
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