sidehill [sahyd-hil] ExamplesWord Origin noun
- a hillside.
Origin of sidehill First recorded in 1665–75;+ Examples from the Web for sidehill Historical Examples of sidehill
The station was in a sort of dugout, made of boards and builded into a sidehill.
They seem to have lost interest in this piece o’ sidehill, anyway.
After a time they came to a sidehill where the woods thinned.
Stewart Edward White
On a sidehill or in a valley artificial grading has to be resorted to, except on one side.
Henry N. Ogden
Toward this they went, following the sidehill and gradually dipping down 238 through heavy underbrush.
William MacLeod Raine