hillock hillock  /ˈhɪ lək/


  • (n) a small natural hill



  1. Four passengers raced wildly through the door; a second burst spat from a hillock, and they fell lifeless onto the bleached clay.
  2. One, her a sequined nightgown glinting in the sun, indicated a place just beyond a sandy hillock a few miles distant; another said it was closer to the water tower.
  3. The Secret Service deemed Rwanda's memorial to genocide victims, on a hillock at the airport, too dangerous a venue for Clinton's speech on the slaughter.


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    STILLWATER — With summer knocking on the door, Oklahoma gardeners may soon be dealing with more than increasing water bills. As the weather turns hot and dry, spider mites can become real pests, said David Hillock, Oklahoma State University Cooperative Extension consumer horticulturist.
    on June 12, 2013     Source: The Ponca City News

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  • "The primeval â€~roopa’ (manifestation) of Mother Sarika---â€~Haer’--- crowns the hillock right up to the fort", said Santosh in the article.
    on Oct 10, 2006 By: Ghulam Rasool Santosh Source: Asian Tribune

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