Just where this line of bank sloped down
again to the level, a by-road turned off and led to the other side of the rise, where it was broken into very capricious hollows and mounds by the working of an exhausted stone-quarry, so long exhausted that both mounds and hollows were now clothed with brambles and trees, and here and there by a stretch of grass which a few sheep kept close-nibbled.
One day, not long after, he came to the edge of the forest, where a narrow stretch of open land sloped down
to the Mackenzie.
Before us the ground was open and sloped down
to the banks of the White Umfolozi, which twisted through the plain like a great and shining snake.
The city had been built upon the gently rolling foothills that in the dim and distant past had sloped down
to meet the sea.
Below the garden a green field lush with clover sloped down
to the hollow where the brook ran and where scores of white birches grew, upspringing airily out of an undergrowth suggestive of delightful possibilities in ferns and mosses and woodsy things generally.
The forest sloped down
to the sea, which was a clear blue.
The open space in front of the caves sloped down
to the river, and in the open space burned many small fires.
The plateau, at an elevation of eighteen hundred feet above the level of the sea, sloped down
toward the south.
The SUV sloped down
quickly and landed with a sharp impact.
My suggestion was that the tarmac be sloped down
to meet the road, preventing kerb damage and, of course, not damage car tyres as a kerb might.
E was charged under the Conservation Authorities Act with placing about 100 truckloads of fill on property which sloped down
to Fairchild Creek.
The enquirer said they had looked at a house that was shortly to be auctioned and they had just one concern, some of the floors in the ground floor rooms sloped down
into a corner.
Then the land sloped down
steeply between gently wooded banks to the sea.
During excavation, it was discovered that the bedrock sloped down
at a 70-degree angle, rendering the initial design unbuildable.
At one end of the street was the Common (Barras Heath) that was used as a fairground, at the other end was Avon Street which sloped down
towards the fields (now Torcross Avenue).