mountainside

[moun-tn-sahyd]
noun
the side or slope of a mountain.

Origin:
1300–50; Middle English. See mountain, side1

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Example sentences
The single wooden water line from a mountainside spring supplied the buildings
  with water.
The coca bushes, distinguished by their pale green leaves, have been neatly
  planted in lines marching up the mountainside.
One of the fire's legacies is a scarred, deforested mountainside that dominates
  the view to the north.
My bags spilled down the mountainside or were crushed beneath the pickup.
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