[ UK /kɐskˈe‍ɪdz/ ]
[ US /kæˈskeɪdz/ ]
  1. a mountain range in the northwestern United States extending through Washington and Oregon and northern California; a part of the Coast Range
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How To Use Cascades In A Sentence

  • Cascades of earls, rubies, sapphires, diamonds and tortoiseshell hatpins, 76 items in all, poured out.
  • It also contains a series of waterfalls and cascades to further enhance the beauty of a hole that is certain to generate a lot of comment throughout the week.
  • Embellished with cascades of semi-precious stones, crystal beads, dabka, and vivid skeins of fine silk thread, the focus here is on detailing and embroidery.
  • Tumbling down slopes near Wawona at the south end of the park, Chilnualna Creek - at its fattest and fastest this time of year - creates a series of foaming cascades around giant boulders.
  • And he was in his element in the amusements, gambling away his pocket money on the slot machines and cascades.
  • We headed off down Pierce's Passage and over a muddy boulder slope until we reached some cascades.
  • Every second, occurrences spark cascades of references, memories and related information.
  • danza," which is kin to Mexican airs and to the Cuban "guaracha" and may be compared to a flowing brook, now gliding along serenely, now rushing in cascades. Santo Domingo A Country with a Future
  • In this study the authors propose that norms of fairness are salient to top decision makers and show that over- or underpayment of the CEO cascades down to lower organizational levels.
  • Cryic soils support mixed coniferous forests dominated by mountain hemlock, lodgepole pine, and Pacific silver fir; they are colder than the mesic and frigid soils of the Southern Cascades (4f). Ecoregions of Oregon (EPA)
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