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hog·back

 (hôg′băk′, hŏg′-)
n.
A sharp ridge with steeply sloping sides, produced by erosion of the broken edges of highly tilted strata.

hogback

(ˈhɒɡˌbæk)
n
1. (Geological Science) Also called: hog's back a narrow ridge that consists of steeply inclined rock strata
2. (Archaeology) archaeol a Saxon or Scandinavian tomb with sloping sides

hog•back

(ˈhɔgˌbæk, ˈhɒg-)

n.
a long, sharply crested ridge usu. formed of steeply inclined strata that are especially resistant to erosion.

hogback

1. A Saxon or Viking tomb that curves down toward the ends and has sloping sides.
2. A long, narrow ridge that is steep on both sides.

Hogback

A sharp ridge running along the top of a hill.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.Hogback - a narrow ridge of hillshogback - a narrow ridge of hills    
ridgeline, ridge - a long narrow range of hills