steep-sided


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steep-sided

adj
having steep sides
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Adj.1.steep-sided - having very steep sides
steep - having a sharp inclination; "the steep attic stairs"; "steep cliffs"
References in classic literature ?
In numerous places, where the water dashed against the steep-sided bluffs, rim-ice was unable to form.
Gareth Morgan, who had more than 10,000 hours of flying experience, is thought to have turned into steep-sided Jerusalem Bay after taking off from nearby Cottage Point, around 25 miles north of the city centre, on New Year's Eve.
Richard Gareth Morgan, who had more than 10,000 hours of flying experience, is thought to have turned into steep-sided Jerusalem Bay after taking off from nearby Cottage Point, around 25 miles north of the city centre, on New Year's Eve.
WATER OF NEVIS, The Cairngorms Set inside a steep-sided gorge, with Ben Nevis behind and An Steall waterfall in front, this is truly one of the most beautiful locations in Scotland.
The data also reveal that the canyons are steep-sided (with slopes of at least 40[degrees]) and plunge up to 570 meters (1,870 feet) down.
The Park has an extraordinary vertical sweep of over 7 kilometres (1,220m to 8,586m) within an area of only 178,400 ha and comprises a unique diversity of lowlands, steep-sided valleys and spectacular snow-clad mountains including the worlds third highest peak, Mt.
The roe deer got stuck in a steep-sided former settling tank and began to panic.
It is mostly sand, backed by a large pebble bank in a steep-sided limestone valley.
Over time, this process may lead to the formation of steep-sided U-shaped valleys.
A town like Holmfirth, packed tightly into the steep-sided confluence of two streams, cannot easily fight back.
Heat the oil in a steep-sided skillet or stir-fry pan.
One officer climbed up to the girls and stayed with them until a mountain rescue team arrived at the steep-sided disused quarry near Nantyglo, Gwent.