a series of more or less connected mountains ranged in a line.
a series of mountains, or of more or less parallel lines of mountains, closely related, as in origin.
an area in which the greater part of the land surface is in considerable degree of slope, upland summits are small or narrow, and there are great differences in elevations within the area (commonly over 2000 feet, or 610 meters).
a series of adjoining mountains or of lines of mountains of similar origin
noun 1. a showy, evergreen shrub, Rhododendron catawbiense, of the heath family, found in the mountainous regions from Virginia to Georgia, having bell-shaped, rose or purple flowers.
noun 1. a sandwort, Arenaria groenlandica, of the pink family, native to Greenland and North America, having very numerous small leaves and small, white flowers, growing in rocky soil.
noun, Pathology. 1. . noun 1. Also called altitude sickness. nausea, headache, and shortness of breath caused by climbing to high altitudes (usually above 12 000 ft) 2. (vet science) a disease of cattle kept at high altitude in S and N America, characterized by congestive heart failure mountain sickness moun·tain sickness (moun’tən) n. Altitude […]
noun 1. the bighorn. 2. any of various wild sheep inhabiting mountains. noun 1. another name for bighorn 2. any wild sheep inhabiting mountainous regions