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1. The part of a glacier resembling a frozen waterfall that flows down a steep slope.
2. An avalanche of ice.
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(Physical Geography) a very steep part of a glacier that has deep crevasses and resembles a frozen waterfall
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1. a jumbled mass of ice in a glacier.
2. a falling of ice from a glacier, iceberg, etc.
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icefall[ˈaɪsˌfɔːl] n → seraccata
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