hilly

Part of speech: adjective

Full of hills; also, large and swelling.

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Usage examples "hilly":

  1. The hilly and mountainous nature of the northern section naturally led to small holdings of land. - "The Quaker Colonies A Chronicle of the Proprietors of the Delaware, Volume 8 in The Chronicles Of America Series", Sydney G. Fisher.
  2. Here the country is hilly and full of trees, the shore rocky and difficult landing, occasioned by the wind blowing here continually from the westward, which occasions such a surf that the sand cannot lie on the shore. - "A Voyage Towards the South Pole and Round the World, Volume 1", James Cook.
  3. What are now the Alps was then hilly ground, which was being raised from the bottom of the sea. - "The History of the European Fauna", R. F. Scharff.