Definition of steep:
sop up, exalted, sharp, draw, engross, pitch, graded, all-inclusive, big, rise, steepish, horrid, highland, bold, hideous, heavy, overweening, surge, craggy, stiff, proud, extreme, usurious, fall, insane, incline, lavish, eminent, eat up, diagonal, explosion, gradual, towering, immerse, rolling, stratospheric, overdue, study at abrupt, suck up, gently, bury, uplifted, sky-high, mountainous, overmuch, upswing, growth, dive, gentle, precipitous, absorb, fancy, good, ingest, lofty, precipitous, dump, extra, spurt, slant, assimilate, plunk, occupy, tilt, engage, sheer, unmerciful, take up, abrupt, all-in, wipe up, saturate, wet, dip, dunk, plethoric, noble, squirt, soak, exorbitant, inclination, inculcate, bluff, usual, high, soak up, swallow up, tall, high, intolerable, hilly, sheer, sharp, take over, impregnate, moisten, devilish, infuse, inclusive, extravagant, conscienceless, discounted, chargeable, engulf, leap, suck, overextravagant, imbibe, instill, souse, douse, basic, undue, launch, upsurge, unconscionable, wring, abrupt, baroque, dampen, slope, jump, hose, half-price, rake, outrageous, horizontal, plunge, take in, perpendicular, dry, swallow, tincture, increase, extortionate, inordinate, immoderate, elevated, alpine, horrific.
- "The Voyages of Doctor Dolittle", Hugh Lofting.
- "Rough Stone Monuments and Their Builders", T. Eric Peet.
- "The Power and the Glory", Grace MacGowan Cooke.