Synonyms of hill in English:

hill


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noun

1‘he lived in a big house at the top of the hill’

SYNONYMS
high ground, rising ground, prominence, eminence, elevation, rise, hillock, mound, mount, knoll, hummock, tor, tump, fell, pike, mesa
bank, ridge, hogback, saddleback, whaleback
heights, downs, downland, foothills
Geology drumlin, inselberg, monadnock
British wold
Scottish brae
Scottish, Northern English law
Scottish, Irish drum
North American technical butte
South African koppie, berg
jebel
archaic holt
ANTONYMS

plain

2‘they were climbing a steep hill in low gear’

SYNONYMS
slope, rise, drop, incline, gradient, elevation, acclivity, declivity, ascent, descent, eminence, hillside, hillock, sloping ground, rising ground
ANTONYMS

flat ground

3‘a hill of rubbish’

SYNONYMS
heap, pile, stack, mass, mound, mountain, quantity, load
Scottish, Irish, Northern English rickle
Scottish bing
rare amassment

Phrases

    over the hill

    ‘it was generally believed that over 30 was over the hill in tennis’


    SYNONYMS
    past one's prime, not as young as one was, not as young as one used to be
    in one's dotage, long in the tooth, as old as the hills
    elderly, old, aged, senior, ancient, venerable
    decrepit, doddering, doddery, not long for this world
    informal past it, no spring chicken
    formal senescent