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Rocky Hill

noun
1.
a town in central Connecticut.
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  • Ahead, where the trail joined the river again, there was a Rocky Hill.

    The Stars, My Brothers Edmond Hamilton
  • Virginia, mounting a Rocky Hill with Donald, sat up suddenly.

    Virginia of Elk Creek Valley

    Mary Ellen Chase
  • Not far off to the right was a Rocky Hill partly covered with trees.

    The Three Admirals W.H.G. Kingston
  • The castle, as has been before remarked, was on the summit of a Rocky Hill.

  • The site is a Rocky Hill, which might have been chosen for a fortress.

    From Egypt to Japan Henry M. Field
  • If there is a Rocky Hill or mountain side on your line, inspect it thoroughly.

    Steel Traps A. R. (Arthur Robert) Harding
  • The spring issues from near the summit of a Rocky Hill, about 100 feet in height.

    Principles of Geology Charles Lyell
  • The palace whence I gazed was placed on the crest of a Rocky Hill.

    Montezuma's Daughter H. Rider Haggard
  • A high and Rocky Hill it was, with fountains gushing out at its foot.

    The Hermits Charles Kingsley
  • Presently we surmount a Rocky Hill and look down into the broad, shallow basin of Jerash.

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