Definition of steep in
- Prior to his trip, he spent a few weeks steeping himself in the language.
- She was steeped in the classics.
- an area steeped in history
: lofty, high
: making a large angle with the plane of the horizon
: mounting or falling precipitously
: a precipitous place
: to soak in a liquid at a temperature under the boiling point (as for softening, bleaching, or extracting an essence)
: to cover with or plunge into a liquid (as in bathing, rinsing, or soaking)
: to saturate with or subject thoroughly to (some strong or pervading influence)
: the state or process of being steeped
: a bath or solution in which something is steeped
What made you want to look up steep in? Please tell us where you read or heard it (including the quote, if possible).