acclivity[ uh-kliv-i-tee ]SEE DEFINITION OF acclivity
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ACCLIVITY
The acclivity of these hills is such, that every tree appears full to the eye.
There, upon an acclivity, a tin plate was found on the ground.
Against the face of the acclivity, there was not much danger of their being seen.
They have been so, but now, climbing the acclivity, they have quieted their horses to a walk.
Let the ascent to it be not by steps 16 but by an acclivity of raised earth.
He swam to the side, crawled up the acclivity, and returned to his village.
Toiled up an acclivity and when on the top stood still and looked around me.
At last, she sank down on one of the rocky steps of the acclivity.
Straight and white it showed to the acclivity by the Roman ruin.
At last she sank down on one of the rocky steps of the acclivity.