I mean to place it on that knoll—that high knoll—the highest spot in your cemetery.
He and Carnes jumped from their shelter and ran over the knoll.
As White Otter mounted his pony and started away, however, the warrior on the knoll suddenly showed signs of life.
From the knoll where he stood he could see every inch of that hollow and it was untenanted.
They just broke out from behind that knoll, Bruce answered, indicating with a wave of his hand a rise in the plain.
The minute afterward they arrived at the crest of the knoll.
As to hewing the knoll into terraces up and down again, tear up that confounded plan.
He was sitting upon a knoll, his hands clasped about his knees.
"There's a lion, right enough," said Jack, as one of the tawny beasts bounded away from a knoll to their right.
For a minute or so there was a lively shindy on top of that knoll.
Old English cnoll "hilltop, small hill, clod, ball," related to Old Norse knollr "hilltop;" German knolle "clod, lump;" Dutch knol "turnip," nol "a hill."