They visited a museum, drank tea, and, at the recommendation of locals, decided to visit a waterfall in the mountains.
The first time around, there was a hot-air balloon, a lake, and a waterfall.
The Hebrew word for “waterspout,” as used in the book of Psalms, could also be translated as “waterfall.”
Ask most designers for their mentors and out will gush a waterfall of names.
An impressive grand-scale set was constructed complete with a waterfall as the backdrop.
I stood at the foot of the waterfall, looking up at the fissure from which it issued.
"Because there is a dam and a waterfall below us," replied Forester.
Besides, the waterfall is bigger than ever now, on account of the rain.
And the waterfall was singing, so was the brook, but they sang a different song.
The lulling murmurs of a waterfall show whence it draws its being.
waterfall wa·ter·fall (wô'tər-fôl')
Blood flow in vascular beds where lateral pressure greatly exceeds venous pressure and tends to collapse vessels.