American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- MountRushmore A mountain, 1,708 m (5,600 ft) high, in the Black Hills of western South Dakota. Its monument with massive carved likenesses of Washington, Jefferson, Lincoln, and Theodore Roosevelt was carved under the direction of Gutzon Borglum.
- n. a mountain in the Black Hills of South Dakota; the likenesses of Washington and Jefferson and Lincoln and Roosevelt are carved on it
“And it seems like by starting your career in "Rushmore" with Wes Anderson that you managed to start your career with a young director who was probably a little older than you, but you were both getting started.”
“Flying above Mount Rushmore is a Chinese Ring-Necked Pheasant, the state bird.”
“RAY: Rushmore is now in the middle of the biggest thinning operation in the monument's history.”
“Thousands of acres of pine trees in the central part of the hills have been killed by mountain pine beetles, and Mount Rushmore is near the center of the epidemic.”
“To me, the Empire State Building and Microsoft Word are intelligently designed in the same sense Mt. Rushmore is intelligently designed, through natural intervention.”
“Mt. Rushmore is like a “kiddie ride” next to that monument.”
“And I disagree; while Rushmore is one of my all-time favorite films, Napoleon Dynamite is an entirely different animal.”
“Last night I went down to buy mini-cookies from that magic machine in the middle of 'Rushmore'- it cost 45 pence but almost half of that amount was made up of one pence coins which had been annoying the hell out of me because I couldnt get rid of them.”
“In any attempt to fit a description of him on a handbill, you might end up calling him, oh, a guitar-pickin ', cartoon-sketchin', observation-riffin ', "Rushmore" - lovin', palindrome-scribblin ', increasingly ambidextrous, detached New York humor deconstructionist.”
“Located within the United States Presidents Memorial, Mount Rushmore is located in Keystone, South Dakota.”
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