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Declivity

[də-KLIV-ə-dee]

Part of speech: noun

Origin: Latin, early 17th century

1.

A downward slope.

Examples of Declivity in a sentence

"The landscape architect designed the garden to complement the natural declivity."

"There was no longer a creek, but the bridge still spanned over a large declivity."

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