a mountain range in central Europe, extending from N Slovakia to central Romania. Highest peak, Gerlachovka, 8737 feet (2663 meters).
The northern slopes of the carpathians sink rapidly towards the shores of the vast Mare Imbrium.
All Around the Moon Jules Verne
Even the passes of the Alps or carpathians are safe in comparison.
The Forest Exiles Mayne Reid
In the eastern carpathians also, the Permian and Mesozoic beds are not much folded except near the outer margin of the zone.
Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 5, Slice 4 Various
His chest was a marvel to look at—here in the field after weeks in the carpathians.
The Best Short Stories of 1915 Various
There are several railways across the carpathians, mostly by passes under 3000 ft. in height.
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But you, Goldwater—your fame has blown across the Atlantic, over the carpathians.
Ghetto Comedies Israel Zangwill
On their left flank was the mass of the carpathians, pierced by a number of passes.
World’s War Events, Vol. I Various
“We are in the carpathians,” Schneider advised his flying mate.
Our Young Aeroplane Scouts in Germany Horace Porter
It belonged to Andalusia, to the carpathians, to Syrian villages.
The World For Sale, Complete Gilbert Parker
She occupied a vast salient, the southern flank of which was the carpathians.
A Short History of the Great War A. F. Pollard
a mountain system of central and E Europe, extending from Slovakia to central Romania: mainly forested, with rich iron ore resources. Highest peak: Gerlachovka, 2663 m (8788 ft)
a region in W Ukraine: ceded by Czechoslovakia in 1945. noun another name for Ruthenia
Latin. seize the day; enjoy the present, as opposed to placing all hope in the future. uknown enjoy the pleasures of the moment, without concern for the future 1786, Latin, “enjoy the day,” literally “pluck the day (while it is ripe),” an aphorism from Horace (“Odes” I.xi), from PIE *kerp- “to gather, pluck, harvest” (see […]
Jean Baptiste [zhahn ba-teest] /ʒɑ̃ baˈtist/ (Show IPA), 1827–75, French sculptor. Historical Examples Carpeaux perhaps never did anything that quite equals the masterpiece of his master Rude. French Art W. C. Brownell He had the opportunity of seeing his modeling corrected by Carpeaux. Rodin: The Man and his Art Judith Cladel After producing a statue […]
carpectomy carpectomy car·pec·to·my (kär-pěk’tə-mē) n. Surgical removal of all or part of the carpus.