|steil englanniksi||abrupt de, precipitous de, sheer de, steep de, arduous de|
: The party came to an abrupt end when the parents of our host arrived.
*: The cause of your abrupt departure.
: The abrupt style, which hath many breaches.
*: Tumbling through ricks abrupt.
*: Till death abrupts them.
*: Over the vast abrupt.
*: ...humans have been responsible for a precipitous decline of elephants, from perhaps 300,000 in the early 1970s to some 10,000 today.Webster 1913
: ux|en|Her light, sheer dress caught everyone’s attention.
*: sheer ale
*: Thou sheer, immaculate, and silver fountain.
*: Cyclings complex etiquette contains an unwritten rule that riders in contention for a race win should not be penalised for sheer misfortune.
: ux|en|I think it is sheer genius to invent such a thing.
: ux|en|This poem is sheer nonsense.
: ux|en|It was a sheer drop of 180 feet.
*: Perhaps as startling as the sheer toll was the devastation to some of the state’s well-known locales. Boardwalks along the beach in Seaside Heights, Belmar and other towns on the Jersey Shore were blown away. Amusement parks, arcades and restaurants all but vanished. Bridges to barrier islands buckled, preventing residents from even inspecting the damage to their property.
: ux|en|Through technological wizardry and sheer audacity, Google has shown how we can transform the intellectual riches of our libraries....
: A horse sheers at a bicycle.
*: I sheered her well inshore—the water being deepest near the bank, as the sounding–pole informed me.
: a steep hill or mountain; a steep roof; a steep ascent; a steep barometric gradient
: Twenty quid for a shave? Thats a bit steep.
: The steep rake of the windshield enhances the fast lines of the exterior. [http://www.utsandiego.com/uniontrib/20070303/news_lz1dd3maynard.html]
: They steep skins in a tanning solution to create leather.
: The tea is steeping.
*: In refreshing dew to steep / The little, trembling flowers.
*: The learned of the nation were steeped in Latin.
: a town steeped in history
: Corn steep has many industrial uses.
: The movement towards a peaceful settlement has been a long and arduous political struggle.
: Where flames the arduous Spirit of Isidore. — Cary.
*: Beyond the river, an arduous slope rises 3286 feet in 13 miles.
*: Mike looked up from the arduous mountain trail. Theyd been climbing for five hours and he was beginning to feel irritable.
*: Survivor reaches as many as 28 million viewers who watch contestants win a new Pontiac or guzzle Mountain Dew after scaling an arduous cliff.