knoll

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knoll

Pronunciation /nəʊl/
noun
A small hill or mound.

Origin
Old English cnoll ‘hilltop’, of Germanic origin; related to German Knolle ‘clod, lump, tuber’ and Dutch knol ‘tuber, turnip’.

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In the summertime, a knoll is a near-perfect place to have a meeting.

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