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Noun(1) an upward slope or grade (as in a road(2) a movement upward(3) the act of changing location in an upward direction
(1) his ascent to power(2) It also includes an overnight ascent of Mount Sinai to watch the sunrise over the mountains, a breathtaking experience well worth the three-hour walk up.(3) But his latest trip had been the experience of a lifetime, he said, with highs and lows to match any Himalayan mountain ascent .(4) In the time remaining, and amid much giggling, we inflated our balloons, ready for the ascent .(5) It's a six-hour undertaking with a 700m ascent along paths hewed into near-vertical mountainside.(6) Despite that, the most straightforward route of ascent is on this side of the hill.(7) Small, pale brown leaves covered the ground, and the tortured mesquite trunks twisted and cracked on their upward ascent .(8) The scenery in all directions is particularly spectacular - it is often the case that the ascent of a smaller hill gives the best views of its larger neighbours.(9) In another sixty or seventy yards the tunnel would begin a final ascent to its exit on the western side of the arroyo where Axler's men would be waiting with their transport.(10) It is little wonder, therefore, to find that there are still ├ö├ç├┐pinch me├ö├ç├û moments for the rising star, given her remarkable ascent into the limelight.(11) They had left the hamlet and circled to the far side of the hill before beginning their ascent , threading their way through rocks and scrub to the wood straddling the crest.(12) the ascent grew steeper(13) the first ascent of the Matterhorn(14) the first balloon ascent was in 1783(15) The fact that the route over the mountain began with the ascent of the steepest face, and that this was the route of frequent steeplechases, was not coincidental.(16) Mary's ascent to the throne was clouded with the actions of the Duke of Northumberland and Lady Jane Grey.
1. climb ::
2. rise ::
4. ascending ::
5. raise ::
6. rising ::
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2. dip ::
3. dive ::
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6. plunge ::
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