To the rear of the front row of rooms was a large chamber heaped with cliff-dweller mummies.
The designs are similar to those found on cliff-dweller pottery.
A square figure with interior parallel squares extending to the center is also found, as elsewhere, in cliff-dweller pictography.
I believe I've neglected to say that there is a dimple in my chin, and Uncle Lancelot's spirit is a cliff-dweller living there.
In the West this swallow is wholly a cliff-dweller, but it has learned to modify its home in different localities.
The cliff-dweller country supports a scant vegetation—a few cottonwood in the washes, a few cedars on the mesas.
He had gathered up a whole chestful of cliff-dweller relics which he meant to take back to Germany with him some day.
I remember once when we were having dinner somewhere you kept asking me about the cliff-dweller ruins.
Contrast the wren with the phœbe, a cliff-dweller, loving the contact of the ledge itself better than any bush or tree.
One cony had a series of connected rooms, enough almost for a cliff-dweller city.