noun, plural ta·li [tey-lahy] /ˈteɪ laɪ/. Anatomy.
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noun, plural ta·lus·es.
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Godfrey and Tartlet then commenced to descend the talus of the dunes in the direction of the reef.Godfrey Morgan|Jules Verne
The roadway at its base is constructed across the talus, and is emphatically a glass road.My Native Land|James Cox
In the upper chaparral association the squirrels frequented the large scrub oaks growing on talus slopes and canyon sides.Mammals of the San Gabriel Mountains of California|Terry A. Vaughan
And he listened to her false words, that simple Talus, and came near.
He advanced again along the talus, and did not stop until he reached the sand beach.Into the Primitive|Robert Ames Bennet