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  • proper noun A range of mountains in eastern North America, running northeast from Alabama in the United States to Newfoundland in Canada, variously including or excluding the Adirondack Mountains in northern New York.
  • proper noun The southern portion of the United States portion of this area, as a socioeconomic region.
  • proper noun Plural form of Appalachian.


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