n.) A natural elevation of land, or a mass of earth rising above the common level of the surrounding land;
v. t.) to make into or provide with a mound, pile, or heap..
He went down the hill.
His house is beyond the hill.
Our school is situated on a hill.
The hill echoed back the noise of the shot.
There used to be a small castle on this hill.
Her old bike squeaked as she rode down the hill.
The orchard is on the northward slope of the hill.
I hate having to trek up that hill with all the groceries.
The surrounding hills protected the town.
She was out of breath from walking up and down hills.
The new road will benefit the people living in the hills.
Troops forced villagers to flee to the surrounding hills.
The air was fragrant with scents from the sea and the hills.
The police are moving in on the criminals hiding in the hills.
The castle stands in a picturesque setting surrounded by hills.
Thousands of camels were tethered on hills surrounding the town.
The frontier ranges from the northern hills to the southern coast.
He spent his free time in solitude, reading or walking in the hills.
The area is extremely isolated because of the hills that surround it.
After climbing mountains in the Swiss Alps, going up English hills is a piece of cake.
Great eagles nest in the enchanted hills, and unicorns walk in its sun-dappled glades.
They are moving from the peaceful hills and the countryside to the busy world of streets and crowds.
The noise rumbled back uncertainly from the hills beyond the town.
Villagers say the fence would restrict public access to the hills.
The bandits that lay up in those hills have all been rounded up.
The river cuts a long straight furrow between the hills.
The shepherd is bringing his flock down from the hills.
I was out of breath from walking up and down hills.
The outlaw hid out in the hills for several months.
Hill forts were built on precipitous rocks for defence.
We live on top of a hill and so we get excellent radio reception.
The valley that we are trying to reach lies behind the next hill.