hilly[ hil-ee ]SEE DEFINITION OF hilly
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HILLY
The road was crooked and hilly, and the sand in its ruts was deep.
This disappearance of streams in hilly regions is not unusual.
The roads now became rough and hilly, and the travelling much slower.
Between these armies the land was rough and hilly, part of it covered with forests.
These hilly bogs are extremely different from any I have seen in England.
The surface is hilly, and the soil is sand and clay, on a rocky subsoil.
After the travellers had crossed a hilly tract they had not far to go to the coast.
Cheviot Wool may be taken as representative of the hilly breeds of sheep.
They had reached a broken, hilly country, with ravines and forests, and Indian trails leading in many directions.
The coast is finely undulating, hilly in some places, and well wooded.