4. A gently sloping rock ledge that extends from the high-tide level at the steep-cliff base to below the low-tide level.
8. A high area of land that extends out into the sea.
1. An area of erosion at the base of a cliff formed by the waves.
2. The remains of an eroded stack.
3. An opening through a headland, formed by wave erosion or solution (as by the enlargement of a sea cave, or by the meeting of two sea caves from opposite sides), which leaves a bridge of rock over the water.
5. A natural underground chamber in a cliff caused by coastal erosion.
6. A steep and often vertical column or columns of rock in the sea near a coast.