How do I describe a waterfall?

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A waterfall is a steep flow or fall of water in watercourse from a height, as over a precipice. Waterfall can also be defined as a steep descent of water of a river from a height.
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A waterfall is formed by lakes and rivers. Then water falls so it creates a waterfall.
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A waterfall is a place where flowing water rapidly drops in elevation as it flows over a steep region or a cliff. Waterfalls are often formed by rivers where softer bedrock downstream is eroded faster than the harder bedrock upstream.
A waterfall is a place where flowing water rapidly drops in elevation as it flows over a steep region or a cliff. Waterfalls most commonly form when a river is young.
A waterfall can be defined as a flow of water falling from a height that is formed when a river or stream flows over a cliff or steep incline. It is a precipitous descent of the water of a river and it rapidly drops in elevation.
A waterfall is where an enormous amount of water goes over a a cliff like rock formation. Such examples of waterfalls are Angel Falls in Africa or Niagara Falls in Canada.
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