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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of steepen.

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Examples

  • The pitch gradually steepens and the forest thins with rapidly improving views of the Long Lake basin and upper South St Vrain Creek valley.

    Rich Wolf: Looking For Fall in All the High Places (PHOTOS)

  • With each year that realistic implied haircut only steepens as federal finances become more hopeless.

    The Inflation Solution?

  • But then the incline steepens before your inner eye can see the shape of your dream coming into focus on the horizon.

    Manifesting Michelangelo

  • The pitch gradually steepens and the forest thins with rapidly improving views of the Long Lake basin and upper South St Vrain Creek valley.

    Rich Wolf: Looking For Fall in All the High Places (PHOTOS)

  • Typically when investors are optimistic about the economy, they demand higher yields on long-dated maturities to hedge against inflation as the curve steepens.

    Treasury Yield Curve Flashes Warning

  • In fact, having a lot of infrastructure actually impedes and steepens (is that a word?) the on-ramp to the next Revolution.

    Technology

  • In fact, having a lot of infrastructure actually impedes and steepens (is that a word?) the on-ramp to the next Revolution.

    Can we talk?

  • The yield curve also steepens when the Federal Reserve cuts short-term rates to spur economic growth—but flattens when investors rush back into bonds for safety.

    Playing The 'Yield Curve'

  • In fact, having a lot of infrastructure actually impedes and steepens (is that a word?) the on-ramp to the next Revolution.

    Can we talk?

  • But then the incline steepens before your inner eye can see the shape of your dream coming into focus on the horizon.

    Manifesting Michelangelo

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