verb (used without object), hill·topped, hill·top·ping.
- to follow the progress of a hunt on horseback but without jumping.
- to follow the hunt on foot or in an automobile.
Origin of hilltop
Examples from the Web for hilltop
The Likud's hilltop youth, headed by (MK) Yariv Levin, are leading Israel into the murky waters of a totalitarian state.Egyptian Physician's Family Rejects Yad Vashem Honor|Orly Halpern|October 21, 2013|DAILY BEAST
On a visit to China three years ago, I was taken to a hilltop park in a small city in Guangdong province.David's Bookclub: It Was a Long Time Ago and It Never Happened Anyway|David Frum|April 1, 2013|DAILY BEAST
They were two of the three "Hilltop schools", green leafy campuses in the Riverdale neighborhood of the Bronx.Sex Abuse Scandals at Horace Mann: What Do They Tell Us About Private School?|Megan McArdle|March 26, 2013|DAILY BEAST
But Hilltop was running out of money to pay Young for the no-show job.Witness Testifies He Took Rielle Hunter to an Airport in the Dead of Night|Diane Dimond|May 8, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Striving in every frame for scientific legitimacy, Gilbert opens the film standing on a hilltop addressing the audience.
The ground dropped slowly away, then faster; and as we swung about I saw the hilltop beneath us.Tarrano the Conqueror|Raymond King Cummings
All were lifted upon the hilltop, all wore the color of sunset and the color of dawn.Foes|Mary Johnston
After its destruction, the citizens built walls around their new town, they also built the castle on the hilltop.Pictures in Umbria|Katharine S. (Katharine Sarah) Macquoid
Down by our camp it had been excessively warm, but here on the hilltop a cold wind was blowing that made us shiver.The Long Labrador Trail|Dillon Wallace
He took the incident as a good omen and went again to the hilltop.The Light of Western Stars|Zane Grey