Steepy, having a precipitous declivity: “when his youthful morn hath travelled on to age's s. night,” Sonn. 63, 5 (cf. 7, 5). “bowing his head against the s. mount to climb his happiness,” Tim. I, 1, 74.
Shakespeare Lexicon. Alexander Schmidt. Berlin. Georg Reimer. 1902.
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