Definitions

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  • n. a volcanic mountain peak in the Cascade Range in northern California (14,162 feet high)

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Examples

  • I traveled to Mount Shasta which is here in Callyfornia but they were quite elusive.

    Old Bitter Balls

  • [The Yellowstone Caldera is linked to a massive complex of subterranean tunnels that are miles deep in the earth, and which are connected to other volcanic zones such as Mount Shasta in California, Mount Rainier in Washington state and the volcanic caldera located in Bend,

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  • Brendan Madigan, an avid back country skier who lives in Tahoe City, says some of the area's most devoted skiers may be heading 250 miles north to Mount Shasta, near the Oregon-California border, where the snow will likely be better.

    Fireworks and Ice: Tahoe Beckons to Fair-Weather Skiers on July 4th

  • This time it was sunny and Mount Shasta rose elegantly to the east.

    First Contact

  • He thought of the plainer yet somehow so much lovelier, talkier Evelyn from all those years ago—the one who held his face in her hands under the stars on a romantic camping trip to Mount Shasta and told him she loved him; the one that said, “I do.”

    InfiniDate

  • Mount Shasta, Northern California: The second highest volcano in the U.S. at 14,179 feet and the second highest peak in the Cascade Range.

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  • Mount Shasta, its red eruption, and the shimmering curtain of the enchantment held every eye hypnotized.

    Crimson Wind

  • They passed through Weed, a dusty little town just north of Mount Shasta.

    Crimson Wind

  • All that remained was Mount Shasta, still spewing wild magic from its cone.

    Crimson Wind

  • Fifty miles or so ahead, they could see Mount Shasta rising up alone from the floor of the valley like a shining fang.

    Crimson Wind

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