Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • The highest mountain of Ireland, rising to 1,041.3 m (3,414 ft) in the southwest part of the country in Macgillicuddy's Reeks.

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Examples

  • One such moment Synge saw as he looked southward across the bay from the Dingle peninsula toward Killarney: "The blueness of the sea and the hills from Carrantuohill to the Skelligs, the singular loneliness of the hillside I was on, with a few choughs and gulls in sight only, had a splendor that was almost a grief in the mind."

    Irish Plays and Playwrights

  • It is a place of indescribable grandeur, where one can see Carrantuohill and the

    In Wicklow and West Kerry

  • The blueness of the sea and the hills from Carrantuohill to the Skelligs, the singular loneliness of the hillside I was on, with a few choughs and gulls in sight only, had a splendour that was almost a grief in the mind.

    In Wicklow and West Kerry

  • Anarchists, along with the Rebel Hill Walkers and lots of supporters, climbed Carrantuohill in Kerry on Sunday as part of a fundraiser for Solidarity Books in Cork.

    Indymedia Ireland

  • Supporters of Solidarity Books in Cork climbed Carrantuohill on Sunday as part of a fundraiser for the bookshop and meeting space.

    Indymedia Ireland

  • A rescue operation is underway on Carrantuohill in Co Kerry.

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  • Kerry Mountain Rescue has reached a group of three climbers stranded on Carrantuohill.

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  • Ireland, there's nothing to see but mist and wind-driven sheets of rain, but Glover's description is so enthusiastic it doesn't take much imagination to picture Ireland's tallest mountain, Carrantuohill, rising over 1,000m into the nearby clouds.

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  • a Kerry calf and a golden eagle from Carrantuohill.

    Ulysses

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