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Definition of "steepy" [steep•y]

  • Steep. (adjective)

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Use "steepy" in a sentence
  • "Washington in the 1930s was still a kind of steepy, relatively provincial southern town."
  • "Designed by Affonso Risi and located on a steepy hill in Sao Paulo, Brazil, the House at Rua Alabarda is a great example of an urban residence that uses the given space at its best."
  • "Again, there are echoes of Shakespeare, who liked to coin words such as vasty, steepy, and plumpy."
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