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from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. a mountain peak in southwestern Washington in the Cascade Range (12,307 feet high)


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  • He turned the music up, and drove skillfully, in spite of the increasing snowfall, through the narrow streets of the area of town called Mount Adams.

    Darkness Before Dawn

  • It's taking place actually in Mount Adams which is a large volcano there.

    CNN Transcript Jul 13, 2008

  • I sat on a rock and watched the stretched-cotton clouds snag across the jagged spine of Mount Adams.

    Father Fiction

  • We had hiked to the top of a smaller mountain to get a view of Mount Adams, across the river.

    Father Fiction

  • I went around and looked into the opening and saw Mount Adams in the distance, upside down in the sight of the camera, and the wide Columbia River wandering east, out toward farmland where it would eventually turn north toward Canada.

    Father Fiction

  • He was writing his folks back home in Mount Adams.

    Soldier's Christmas letter still stirs war memories

  • What he did not tell them was the loneliness he felt, how much he missed the winding streets of Mount Adams, the clatter and clutter and joy of a Wissel family Christmas.

    Soldier's Christmas letter still stirs war memories

  • And so, some folks were getting a little nervous and like, "What's going on over there at Mount Adams, do we need to be worrying about an eruption?"

    CNN Transcript Jul 13, 2008

  • Pepper had just arrived home after a "lighting" ceremony at Elsinore Castle at the base of Mount Adams.

    Response To Pepper's Dirty Fighting

  • For Enquirer readers and others who need a reminder, a Web site features videotapes of police brutality across the country, including Cincinnati Police bullying peaceful protesters downtown and in Mount Adams.

    Archive 2005-03-01


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