American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- An unincorporated community of southern California at the foot of the San Gabriel Mountains near Pasadena. It is mainly residential. Population: 42,600.
“ALTADENA - As part of the county's Cesar Chavez Community Service Week, children at Alta Loma Park in Altadena planted flowers at a small community garden dedicated to Chavez in front of the park's community center.”
“I'm glad we lived in Altadena for a couple of years first.”
“To the shock of my classmates, my mother, and myself, I won my friend Eric's dance contest at his birthday party in Altadena when I was in the first or second grade.”
“I am literally less than a mile from the Altadena fires, for I am in Altadena.”
“My local library was nestled among deodar cedar trees in Altadena.”
“We plan to have this at the LA County's technology incubator in Altadena, which is near Pasadena.”
“Oh Joy, order Altadena saddled. — What saddle do you prefer, Graham?”
“Dick bent his head and leaped his horse through the lilacs, Graham, on Altadena, followed at his heels.”
“He seized a time table and pondered the departure of trains, changed his mind, switched the room telephone to the house barn, and asked to have Altadena saddled.”
“Up the driveway the Fawn and Altadena clattered neck and neck.”
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