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ascent a way leading up; upward slope. [1/2 definitions]
brink the edge or brim of a slope or cliff. [1/2 definitions]
cable car an enclosed vehicle either on rails or hanging from a cable that is pulled back and forth by a moving cable. A cable car carries people up and down a steep slope or across a chasm.
chairlift a line of chairs hanging from a moving cable, used to carry people up or down a mountain. A chairlift is used at a ski slope.
continental shelf the edge of a continent that is below water. Just beyond the continental shelf lies a steep slope leading down to the ocean floor.
decline to slope or slant downward. [1/4 definitions]
dip to slope downward or seem to sink. [2/8 definitions]
glacier a large mass of ice formed in cold regions from compacted snow and very slowly moving down a slope or across land.
grade the slope of a road or railroad. [1/7 definitions]
inclination a slope; slant. [1/3 definitions]
incline to slope or slant. [1/3 definitions]
italic of or having to do with a style of type whose letters slope to the right. [2 definitions]
landslide the falling of earth down a steep slope. [1/2 definitions]
pitch1 the rise or slope. [1/11 definitions]
slant a slope or incline. [1/2 definitions]
steep1 having a sharp slope or slant. [1/2 definitions]
tilt an act or instance of tilting; slope. [1/4 definitions]
up an upward slope; rise. [1/23 definitions]
upgrade an upward slope or incline. [1/2 definitions]
uphill on an upward slope or in an upward direction. [1/3 definitions]