Knoll ( noun , verb )

(As a noun)

Knoll ( noun )

  1. A small, rounded hill, typically one with a flat top and a gentle slope.
  2. A small mound or hillock, especially one of grassy or rocky ground.

Origin:

From middle english knolle, from old english cnoll, from proto-germanic *knulaz (knob, hillock).

Examples:

  1. They climbed to the top of the knoll to get a better view.
  2. The knoll was covered in wildflowers.
  3. The knoll was a popular spot for picnics and sunbathing.
  4. The knoll provided a natural windbreak for the campers.
  5. The knoll was the perfect spot for a lookout tower.

(As a verb)

Knoll ( verb )

  1. A small, rounded hill, typically one with a flat top and a gentle slope.
  2. A small mound or hillock, especially one of grassy or rocky ground.

Origin:

From middle english knolle, from old english cnoll, from proto-germanic *knulaz (knob, hillock).

Examples:

  1. They climbed to the top of the knoll to get a better view.
  2. The knoll was covered in wildflowers.
  3. The knoll was a popular spot for picnics and sunbathing.
  4. The knoll provided a natural windbreak for the campers.
  5. The knoll was the perfect spot for a lookout tower.
Some random words: speedup, muzzy, brighten