up-hill[ adverb, adjective uhp-hil; noun uhp-hil ]SEE DEFINITION OF up-hill
Synonyms for up-hill
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR UP-HILL
The up-hill pull had been hard enough, heavy hearts and all!
It was down-hill and up-hill and across and through; but we pegged along.
You say it must be up-hill to that ridge that meets the horizon at the east.
Getting the reputation is the up-hill time in most things, captain.
It was up-hill from the spot Bobby had shot the cap—and about ten feet away.
But it had been up-hill work—they had no friends and no influence.
That is up-hill work, too; but it brings in a few shillings now and again.
This leap had to be taken on an up-hill run, which made it hard work.
The path to other crimes is down-hill; to cruelty is up-hill.
He had an up-hill struggle, for there was a prejudice against him.