An Indian climbed up the steep rise of the hillock on the day following the French attack and presented a note to our hero.
"That's the knoll," said Addison, pointing to a hillock among the trees.
Before them rose a hillock, which, if no great height, yet cut the horizon at right angles.
“Then he was the person I saw at the top of the hillock out there,” observed Loraine.
The tank and the hillock close by still go by the name of Kuppichi kulam and Kuppichi kunru, after Kuppi the dancing-girl.
He was only undecided as to which side of the hillock he should pass by on his way to the pond.
The infantry were close upon Wheeler, who covered the hillock with a murky cloud.
The lofty nest, or Termitarium, constitutes a hillock in the form of a cupola.
Captain Sherman also lay down to escape the bullets, and Hunter got behind a hillock.
And again I sat on a hillock and surrendered to the most doleful meditations.
hillock hill·ock (hĭl'ək)
A small protuberance or elevation, as from an organ, a tissue, or other structure.