Results for steep

Definitions of steep:

part of speech: adjective

Rising or descending with great inclination: precipitous.

part of speech: noun

A precipitous place; a cliff.

part of speech: noun

Steepness.

part of speech: noun

The liquid in which a thing may be soaked; that which is soaked in a liquid.

part of speech: adjective

Ascending or descending with a great inclination or slope; precipitous.

part of speech: noun

Something steeped or used in steeping: a fertilizing liquid for seed.

part of speech: adjective

Having a sharp pitch or slope; being far from the horizontal; as, a steep hill.

part of speech: verb transitive

To dip or soak in a liquid: to imbue.

part of speech: verb transitive

To soak in a liquid, usually heated below boiling point, so as to take out the essence or flavor of; as, to steep tea; to imbue with something; as, to steep oneself in learning.

part of speech: noun

A precipitous place: a precipice.

part of speech: noun

A hill, mountain, or rock having a great inclination or slope.

part of speech: adverb

Steeply.

part of speech: verb

To soak in a liquid; to imbue.

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