fall line definition

  • noun:
    • A line connecting the waterfalls of nearly parallel rivers that marks a drop in land degree.
    • The all-natural line of lineage, as for skiing, between two points on a slope.
    • A geomorphologic unconformity establishing a boundary between an upland area and an airplane; sometimes marked by a series of waterfalls on rivers that cross it.
    • The imaginary line downhill that anything falling downhill would naturally follow.
    • A line linking the waterfalls of nearly synchronous rivers that marks a drop in land degree.
    • The normal distinct descent, in terms of skiing, between two points on a slope.
    • A geomorphologic unconformity establishing a boundary between an upland area and a plane; often marked by a number of waterfalls on streams that mix it.
    • The imaginary line downhill that some thing falling downhill would normally follow.
    • a range connecting the waterfalls of almost parallel rivers that marks a drop in land level.
    • The natural line of descent, for skiing, between two things on a slope.
    • A geomorphologic unconformity establishing a boundary between an upland area and an airplane; often marked by some waterfalls on streams that cross it.
    • The imaginary range downhill that some thing dropping downhill would normally follow.

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