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from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • A mountain, 4,197 m (13,770 ft) high, of the Teton Range in northwest Wyoming. It is the highest elevation in the range.

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  • noun a mountain peak in northwestern Wyoming; the highest peak in the Teton Range (13,766 feet high)

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Examples

  • The Grand Teton is the highest of the spectacular peaks in Wyoming's Teton Mountains and sometimes is referred to as "America's Matterhorn" due to its great beauty.

    Coolest Summer Adventures

  • The Grand Teton is a spot that people who have no particular business out here carefully avoid.

    The Moon Metal

  • In recent months, grizzlies have attacked and injured hikers in and around Glacier, Yellowstone and Grand Teton national parks.

    As Bears Multiply, Human Clashes Rise

  • Two groups of moose 12 each year from the Uintah Mountains and Grand Teton herds were transferred to an area just west of the Never Summer Range near Rand, Colorado.

    Rich Wolf: Rocky Mountain Mighty Moose (Photos)

  • Under another proposal, the U.S. president could no longer create National Monuments I suppose the Grand Canyon and Grand Teton must have been fiscal disasters for Arizona and Wyoming.

    Carl Pope: Something Wicked This Way Comes

  • Along the way you take in seven peaks and three minor summits, including the monarch of the range, the Grand Teton 13,770.

    Summit Meetings

  • Grand Teton, Wyoming: The highest peak of the Teton Range is Grand Teton, at 13,775 feet.

    Climb Every Mountain (But Train Hard First)

  • Two groups of moose 12 each year from the Uintah Mountains and Grand Teton herds were transferred to an area just west of the Never Summer Range near Rand, Colorado.

    Rich Wolf: Rocky Mountain Mighty Moose (Photos)

  • —Global financial leaders meeting in the Grand Teton mountains fretted that Europe, the U.S. and other developed countries could fall into recession again after years of fighting the financial crisis by pumping money into their economies.

    Global Finance Leaders Fret About A New Recession

  • Two groups of moose 12 each year from the Uintah Mountains and Grand Teton herds were transferred to an area just west of the Never Summer Range near Rand, Colorado.

    Rich Wolf: Rocky Mountain Mighty Moose (Photos)

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