Synonyms of steep in English:

steep1

adjective

  • 1 steep limestone cliffs
    [Antonyms] gentle
  • 2 a steep rise in unemployment
    sharp, sudden, precipitate, precipitous, rapid
    [Antonyms] gradual
  • 3 informal the prices are a bit steep
    expensive, dear, costly, high, stiff; unreasonable, excessive, overpriced, exorbitant, extortionate, outrageous, prohibitive; Britishover the odds
    informal pricey, over the top, OTT, criminal
    [Antonyms] reasonable
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    Synonyms of steep in English:

    steep2

    verb

  • 1 the ham is then steeped in brine for three or four days
    marinade, marinate, soak, souse, macerate; pickle, brine
  • 2 winding sheets were steeped in mercury sulphate as a disinfectant
    soak, saturate, immerse, submerge, wet through, drench
    technical ret
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