An elevated location smaller than a mountain. (noun)
A sloping road. (noun)
A heap of earth surrounding a plant. (noun)
The pitcherâ€™s mound. (noun)
Examples of word Hill
Poster2: * Runs up the hill, tosses a ball past Poster1 and watches Poster1 run down the hill* then he/she states "My hill!"
THOUSANDS of sheep, soft-footed, black-nosed sheepÂ—one by one going up the hill and over the fenceÂ—one by one four-footed pattering up and overÂ—one by one wiggling their stub tails as they take the short jump and go overÂ—one by one silently unless for the multitudinous drumming of their hoofs as they move on and go overÂ—thousands and thousands of them in the grey haze of evening just after sundownÂ—one by one slanting in a long line to pass over the hillÂ—
Finding the path up the hill is the only difficult point on the hike.
Also with Dave you would listen just to see how bad and over the hill is actually is.
JERAS: I'm looking at a map as we speak trying to find it, but I'm not sure how far away it is from San Antonio proper, but you know, if you get up to the north and west of the San Antonio area, you get into what they call the hill country, and so, that's in higher elevation.