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precipice
used in Running in the Family

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Definition
a very steep cliff

or:

any dangerous situation
  • If one was to be blind drunk in the twenties and thirties, one somehow managed it on public transport, or on roads that would terrify a sober man with mountain passes, rock cuts, and precipices.
    p. 148.3

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