Cleft ( noun , adjective )

(As a noun)

Cleft ( noun )

A split or indentation in something, typically a solid material or surface.

Origin:

Old english cleft, clift, of germanic origin.

Examples:

  1. The rock had a deep cleft that led to a hidden cave.
  2. The cleft in the rock was perfect for climbing.
  3. She had a cleft chin that was distinctive and memorable.
  4. The cliff was split in two by a massive cleft.
  5. The fruit was divided in half by a cleft running down its center.

(As an adjective)

Cleft ( adjective )

A split or indentation in something, typically a solid material or surface.

Origin:

Old english cleft, clift, of germanic origin.

Examples:

  1. The rock had a deep cleft that led to a hidden cave.
  2. The cleft in the rock was perfect for climbing.
  3. She had a cleft chin that was distinctive and memorable.
  4. The cliff was split in two by a massive cleft.
  5. The fruit was divided in half by a cleft running down its center.
Some random words: cookery, blank, crimp