hilly

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From Middle English hilli, equivalent to hill +‎ -y.

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hilly (comparative hillier, superlative hilliest)

  1. (of a landscape) Abundant in hills; having many hills.
    • 1962 August, “More W.R. services in jeopardy”, in Modern Railways, page 82, photo caption:
      The intermediate station seen here, Llanbister Road, is 5 hilly miles by road from the town it purports to serve.

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hilly

  1. holy