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knoll in Geography topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishknollknoll /nəʊl $ noʊl/ noun [countable]  DNa small round hill
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knollOn 15, he was 50 feet short of the pin on his drive and stuck behind a knoll.Mike came out and stood in the colonnade on the other side of the grassy knoll.The mood somber on the grassy knolls, I stood, feeling like an observer, detached from the group, defeated.With such thoughts in my head and lithe grace in my movements, I loped up the grassy knoll to the court.On a prominent knoll near the end of the path is a distinctive cairn built in Robinson's memory.Raised knolls give picnickers panoramic views.Hillmarden House was situated on a small knoll just outside the village of Hillmarden itself.He pulled out his wedge, sailed the ball over the knoll and it rolled into the cup.