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Definition of "sidehill" [side•hill]

  • The side or slope of a hill; a sloping descent. (noun)

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Use "sidehill" in a sentence
  • "Where the sidehill touched the water he dug up a shovelful of dirt and put it into the gold-pan."
  • "Tom had triumphantly brought home the buck and gleefully called it sidehill-salmon when it was served and eaten at Frederick's own table."
  • "They stuck flags in a long sidehill, outlining a brute of a track, including two steep run-ups and a low-grade grind up heavy Kentucky Bluegrass to the backside of the course."
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