- adj. Somewhat steep
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. Somewhat steep.
- adj. somewhat steep
- steep + -ish (Wiktionary)
“But my street has houses on one side and a steepish hill down to a creek on teh other.”
“Route past the den of iniquity and vice AKA the "racino" or slot-machine parlor, thence to the airport, up a steepish hill, and back homewards.”
“We're sort of on the top of a steepish hill, so most households mow near the top, and let the sides go wild.”
“Then you need to go above the highway, be prepared for a steepish not probaly flat lot, steps etc. and .. depending on the area paying some bucks!”
“It feels fairly hardcore what with starting off in a steepish cycle ride up Morrell Avenue and then on, getting second wind, past the various hospitals such as the Churchill and the Nuffield, across the crossroads which takes you over the ringroad and then oh my let's walk the bikes from here due to steepness.”
“Went across to the airport and back, and even the steepish climb out of our downtown valley didn't make me want to take off my fuzzy Polartec jacket.”
“After a bit, I found myself going up a steepish sort of slope.”
“I decided to head across to the airport and back, a local ride that _shouldn't_ get me into too much traffic and which includes some steepish hills.”
“At a pace which forced me to run hard, we climbed a steepish slope, till ahead of us we saw the bald green crown of the meadowlands.”
“Bristlecones in many of these areas seem to be on steepish slopes. bender”
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