steep

(redirected from steepest)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Idioms.
References in periodicals archive ?
Advertising, Market Research, Public Relations, Media and Entertainment saw a seven percent drop in online recruitment activity between December 2013 and 2014; the steepest among all sectors
Six Flags Great America presents Goliath, the fastest wooden roller coaster in the world featuring the world's tallest and steepest drop.
Order intakes rose at an accelerated pace and at the steepest rate since September 2009.
Cairo had the lowest hotel occupancy rate at 28 percent in the first quarter as Amman posted the steepest drop of 22 percent during the same period.
However, a glimmer of sunshine can be seen with a solid increase in temporary appointments across the region, where the rate of growth was the steepest for seven months and in contrast to the decline seen across the UK as a whole.
BETTER than expected growth in the manufacturing sector in March has been overshadowed by one of the steepest rises in input prices for 20 years.
BETTER than expected growth in the manufacturing sector in March was overshadowed by one of the steepest rises in input prices for 20 years.
LONDON, April 2 (KUNA) -- Better than expected growth in the manufacturing sector in March was Monday overshadowed by one of the steepest rises in input prices for 20 years, according to a survey here.
SOME of the best mountain bikers in the world will speed down Swansea's steepest slopes in an adrenaline-fuelled race this weekend.
YOU'LL need a good head for heights and a strong stomach on the Takabisha - it's the world's steepest roller coaster.
Summary: Landlords hiked their rents for the seventh month in a row during August, imposing the steepest increases for more than a year.
For the seasonal quarter ending May 2009, total industry traffic declined 3%, its steepest decline in 28 years, while midscale dining was down 6% and onsite foodservice fell 9%.