Hillock [HIL-ək]

Part of speech: noun
Origin: Middle English, 14th century

1. A small hill or mound.

Examples of hillock in a sentence

“As we drew closer to it, what first appeared to be a minor hillock revealed itself to be a far more significant peak.”

“Our farmland includes a hillock that’s always popular with our goats, who like to find the highest point to view their surroundings.”