from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Having many hills.
- adj. Similar to a hill; steep.
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- adj. abounding in hills
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Abounding with hills; uneven in surface.
- adj. Lofty.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Abounding in hills: as, a hilly country.
- Like a hill; lofty; elevated.
- Large and rounded.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. having hills and crags
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I don; t see any stats pertaining on getting a 200 pound deer and a 200 pound hunter out of the hunting area which is 15 mile from the truck and in hilly terrain.
Many municipal water systems must install pressure regulators to moderate their water pressure to keep from damaging distribution piping (in hilly areas, anyway, like mine is).
May 9th, 2008 2: 35 pm ET hilly is working on 'if I can't win, obama shouldn't win either' principle.
May 8th, 2008 11: 22 pm ET hilly is a BITTER LOOSER!!!!!!!!!!!!
In areas where the altitude was high and the climate was cold, New World crops such as corns and potatoes that were suitable for cultivation in hilly areas helped immigrants, including the Han, Miao, and Yao people. 118
Many military farms were situated in hilly areas and surrounded by non-Han environments and "barbarians."
This national forest in hilly ponderosa pine country is so big one state can't contain it.
Living in hilly Seattle and not being an avid rider, the 8 speed is an absolute must and I think switching from car to this bike is definitely a step (pedal) in the right direction!
Especially in hilly areas like in SMA, a store or home may not have access at sidewalk level and so half the narrow sidewalk is taken up by a step or two leading into the store or home, or there is a sunken step leading to that door that an unsuspecting person could fall into.
Two closely related elements accounted for the increase of arable lands: the reclamation of hilly areas and introduction of New World Crops. 119 James Lee estimates that more than half a million immigrants chose or were forced to live in hilly areas in the southwest. 120 The exploitation of hilly areas weakened the vertical ethnic segregation that had been partially created by the Ming migration. 121 The rich and the well-to-do lived on the fertile land in the bazi, while the poor moved up into the mountains, intertwining ethnic distribution with class conflict.