from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A natural slope of the surface of the ground which is parallel to the dip of the underlying strata.
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The north side is the escarpment, the southern the dip-slope, with valleys running down it like fingers.
Part of a hill of Devonian shale was removed to make the road, forming a dip-slope.
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