abounding in or formed by cliffs: a cliffy shoreline.
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How to use cliffy in a sentence
The headlands project boldly far into the sea; in front lie several islands, and behind dark forests and the cliffy Apennines.The Life of Lord Byron | John Galt
Here we were again stopped for some time, finding a way by which we might ascend the cliffy sides.In the Eastern Seas | W.H.G. Kingston
They came about in mid-channel and lay some hours with lowered sail in the lee of a cliffy island.Patsy | S. R. Crockett
He knew that shore slightly,—a bald, cliffy stretch notched with rocky pockets in which the surf beat itself into dirty foam.Poor Man's Rock | Bertrand W. Sinclair
He stood a second on the cliffy north wall to look down on the quiet harbor.Poor Man's Rock | Bertrand W. Sinclair