- n. Plural form of foothill.
“Let the democrats explain why a major north-south freeway at the foothills is a bad idea because of environmental or cost concerns.”
“On the other thread, I trying to get across the point that a North/South freeway in the foothills is a politically dead idea, and it would hurt more Republicans than Democrats.”
“The area north and south of the plant is also pretty attractive, with the mountain foothills coming down to the water and some pretty stretches of beach.”
“That the fishing takes place in the lovely Andean foothills is a huge plus.”
“We first saw the foothills from the Roof Garden of the Palliser Hotel, – ghostly beckoning peaks sixty miles away.”
“BEARDSLEY: Spectators joined the grazing cows on hillside pastures to watch the 101-mile stage that led up into the Jura Mountains, known as the foothills of the Alps. (Soundbite of crowd) BEARDSLEY: The beauty of the Tour is that it is a big, glamorous, international sport, yet it's so accessible to regular folk.”
“One of Shreve's subdivisions (the Foothills of Sonora) has since been reclassified as foothills thornscrub, a non-desert biome.”
“It has since been reclassified as foothills thornscrub community and is no longer considered part of the desert biome because of its greater rainfall, taller trees and cacti, and denser vegetation.”
“It's called a foothills fire, and it is in the foothills.”
“Up here among the foothills is the big Minturn Pond Dam," Tom said, leaning forward to speak to their guest.”
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