Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of Absaroka.

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Examples

  • We found a photograph in the 1977 Wyoming Geological Association field conference publication showing a line-drive fence in the Absarokas that closely resembles this mystery fence.1 There may have been multiple uses over the years as successive waves of people controlled the country, from Indians to white sheep and cattle ranchers to Forest Service employees.

    Bird Cloud

  • We found a photograph in the 1977 Wyoming Geological Association field conference publication showing a line-drive fence in the Absarokas that closely resembles this mystery fence.1 There may have been multiple uses over the years as successive waves of people controlled the country, from Indians to white sheep and cattle ranchers to Forest Service employees.

    Bird Cloud

  • We found a photograph in the 1977 Wyoming Geological Association field conference publication showing a line-drive fence in the Absarokas that closely resembles this mystery fence.1 There may have been multiple uses over the years as successive waves of people controlled the country, from Indians to white sheep and cattle ranchers to Forest Service employees.

    Bird Cloud

  • We found a photograph in the 1977 Wyoming Geological Association field conference publication showing a line-drive fence in the Absarokas that closely resembles this mystery fence.1 There may have been multiple uses over the years as successive waves of people controlled the country, from Indians to white sheep and cattle ranchers to Forest Service employees.

    Bird Cloud

  • Ten miles out of town, they turned west onto Horseshoe Creek Trail, a dirt road that followed a thread of water toward the distant Absarokas.

    Heaven’s Keep

  • The southern Absarokas on the horizon were like a big wave rolling out of a calm sea.

    Heaven’s Keep

  • Their dining-room window framed the snow-rimmed Absarokas, which looked beautiful and formidable, prompting Jim to ask why, as a card-carrying geezer, I wanted to spend eight days in them looking for elk.

    Phil Caputo: Old Age and Elk Hunting in the Rocky Mountains

  • By late afternoon it would slam into the Absarokas, and heavy snowfall was predicted.

    Heaven’s Keep

  • Below lay the Grizzly Creek and Knife Creek valleys, bounded by mountains that made a white-crested, jagged horizon, range upon range, some greened by dense pines, some blackened by the vast forest fires that had burned through the Absarokas only weeks earlier, but altogether a landscape that looked as wild and pristine as when the Crow and the Blackfeet and the mountain men had hunted and trapped there.

    Phil Caputo: Old Age and Elk Hunting in the Rocky Mountains

  • Nightwind flew ahead, once again leading the way over the Absarokas.

    Heaven’s Keep

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