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Definition of "steepish" [steep•ish]

  • Somewhat steep (adjective)

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Use "steepish" in a sentence
  • "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."
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