Laurentian-mountains



plural noun
1.
a range of low mountains in E Canada, between the St. Lawrence River and Hudson Bay.
plural noun
1.
a range of low mountains in E Canada, in Quebec between the St Lawrence River and Hudson Bay. Highest point: 1191 m (3905 ft) Also called Laurentides (ˈlɔːrənˌtaɪdz)

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