adjective, steeper, steepest.
having an almost vertical slope or pitch, or a relatively high gradient, as a hill, an ascent, stairs, etc.
(of a price or amount) unduly high; exorbitant:
Those prices are too steep for me.
extreme or incredible, as a statement or story.
high or lofty.
a steep place; declivity, as of a hill.
having or being a slope or gradient approaching the perpendicular
(as noun): the steep
(informal) (of a fee, price, demand, etc) unduly high; unreasonable (esp in the phrase that’s a bit steep)
(informal) excessively demanding or ambitious: a steep task
(Brit, informal) (of a statement) extreme or far-fetched
to soak or be soaked in a liquid in order to soften, cleanse, extract an element, etc
(transitive; usually passive) to saturate; imbue: steeped in ideology
an instance or the process of steeping or the condition of being steeped
a liquid or solution used for the purpose of steeping something
steam was coming out of someone’s ears
verb (used with object) 1. to soak in water or other liquid, as to soften, cleanse, or extract some constituent: to steep tea in boiling-hot water; to steep reeds for basket weaving. 2. to wet thoroughly in or with a liquid; drench; saturate; imbue. 3. to immerse in or saturate or imbue with some pervading, […]
noun 1. an ornamental construction, usually ending in a spire, erected on a roof or tower of a church, public building, etc. 2. a tower terminating in such a construction. 3. (loosely) a spire. verb (used with object), steepled, steepling. 4. to provide with or form into a steeple or steeplelike configuration. noun 1. a […]
noun 1. the hardhack. noun 1. another name for hardhack
[stee-puh l-cheys] /ˈsti pəlˌtʃeɪs/ noun 1. a horse race over a turf course furnished with artificial ditches, hedges, and other obstacles over which the horses must jump. 2. a point-to-point race. 3. a foot race run on a cross-country course or over a course having obstacles, as ditches, hurdles, or the like, which the runners […]