uphill (Meaning)

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uphill (n)

the upward slope of a hill

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uphill (s)

sloping upward

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uphill (r)

against difficulties

upward on a hill or incline

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uphill (adv.)

Upwards on, or as on, a hillside; as, to walk uphill.

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uphill (a.)

Ascending; going up; as, an uphill road.

Attended with labor; difficult; as, uphill work.

uphill Sentence Examples

  1. The grueling hike demanded an arduous climb uphill.
  2. The winding path led uphill, challenging the adventurers' endurance.
  3. As they ascended the steep hill, their legs burned with each step uphill.
  4. The hill's incline proved a formidable obstacle, forcing them to trudge uphill slowly.
  5. The uphill battle against gravity tested their limits.
  6. The cyclists faced a punishing uphill sprint toward the finish line.
  7. The uphill journey to the summit offered breathtaking views.
  8. The laborious uphill work paid off when they reached the panoramic vista.
  9. The uphill struggle taught them resilience and determination.
  10. The uphill road symbolized the challenges and triumphs of life's journey.

FAQs About the word uphill

the upward slope of a hill, sloping upward, against difficulties, upward on a hill or inclineUpwards on, or as on, a hillside; as, to walk uphill., Ascending; g

rigorous, hard, demanding, tough, challenging,difficult, formidable, testing, grueling, killer

light, manageable, light, soft, cheap, clear, facile, simple, clear, simple

The grueling hike demanded an arduous climb uphill.

The winding path led uphill, challenging the adventurers' endurance.

As they ascended the steep hill, their legs burned with each step uphill.

The hill's incline proved a formidable obstacle, forcing them to trudge uphill slowly.