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steepness

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The Wrangler Rubicon is generally accepted to be the most capable 4x4 currently available, that the Hummer EV is able to offer such significantly steeper angles is simply extraordinary.

The Total Chaos upper control arms facilitate additional drop travel using a high-angle uniball that can achieve a steeper angle to the spindle than stock items.

Nevertheless, that would be the steepest fall since Q2 of 2009 in the depths of the financial crisis.

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This next sentence might seem like a non-sequitur, but it would make sense to anyone steeped in the alternative story.

Meanwhile, suburban moms steeped in online health propaganda are printing out Facebook memes and showing up maskless to stores, camera in hand and hell-bent on forcing low-paid retail workers to let them shop anyway.

To this evil the darkness and steepness of the streets mainly contribute, by furnishing almost a certainty of escape.

The steepness was such that to climb it unencumbered was a breathless business; the linen made her task a cruelty to her.

They were obliged to carry their skees, on account both of the steepness of the slope and the density of the underbrush.

It stands on the summit of a round hill, and from the steepness of its sides is capable of being made very strong.

Lower down, where the steepness is not so great, the elevations much exceed 178 the depressions.

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On this page you'll find 47 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to steepness, such as: angle, point, cant, degree, dip, and gradient.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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