hilly

[ US /ˈhɪɫi/ ]
[ UK /hˈɪli/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. having hills and crags
    hilly terrain
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How To Use hilly In A Sentence

  • I grew chilly when the fire went out.
  • I had a garlic chilly mince curry, and she went for a very nice chicken dopiaza.
  • Suddenly, seeking high office, Liddy Dole was described as over-ambitious, chilly and nasty under the "syrupy" Southern accent. Caryl Rivers: Bad, Mad Michelle
  • Get to know the town and the hilly surroundings famous for their tannery, wood carving and furriery.
  • As we walk around a lush, hilly paddock with his two grandsons, Quinn's obviously proud of what he's achieved so far.
  • BERLIN—On a chilly October evening in her austere chancellery, Angela Merkel placed a confidential call to Rome to help save the euro. Deepening Crisis Over Euro Pits Leader Against Leader
  • The tribal populace in the hilly areas of the State has not been largely affected by the same as comapared to the plain people.
  • But when it gets chilly, the island's a fantastic place to stock up on hand-knit Aran sweaters.
  • In the end I did ring Flora but even after she'd answered I was still shillyshallying. PROOF
  • Hey, you know Sellersville isn't all that far from Philly, for anyone who's down that way, and I will be there too.
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