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knoll

a small rounded hill
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knoll

[‚nōl]
(geology)
A mound rising less than 3300 feet (1000 meters) from the sea floor. Also known as sea knoll.
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Going backwards we can produce 34 six-letter words: DUALLY, KNAGGY, KNARRY, KNOLLY, MEALLY, QUAGGY, QUARRY, SHAGGY, SHEAFY, SHELFY, SHELLY, SHERRY, SHOALY, SNAGGY, SNEERY, SNELLY, SNIFFY, SNUFFY, STAGGY, STARRY, STEELY, STILLY, STUFFY, STUGGY, THEALL, THEORY, WHALLY, WHEELY, WHERRY, WHIFFY, WHILLY, WHIRRY, WHOLLY, and WOOLLY.
Moses, Knolly. "Louise Bennett, Jamaican Folklorist, Dies at 86." New York Times 29 July 2006.
Only 10 fields had a knolly topography with slopes between 2-10%.