from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

  • n. mount; mountain.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. Mountain.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. An abbreviation of Montana.


From French (Wiktionary)


  • Yes, Bob, I know what Professor Moriarty said, "Jupe interrupted his account as he saw Bob about to object," but Fr'mont's soldiers could have been greedy, as well as eager to control local leaders.

    The Mystery of the Headless Horse

  • The sixth journal was in English, one kept by a second lieutenant of cavalry in Fr'mont's small force of American invaders.

    The Mystery of the Headless Horse

  • Soldiers were then stationed along the coast -- many of them were volunteers from one of John C. Fr'mont's American exploratory expeditions.

    The Mystery of the Headless Horse

  • "Don't you give that blouse to no Lizzie, Miss Annette, cos nex 'mont' I'se gwine outa mournin 'from the waist up."

    More Toasts

  • Archie de nex 'mont', en I got ter do so-en-so; den I got ter go ter

    Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, 1995, Memorial Issue

  • Here I is lent ter Mars Jeems dis mont ', en I got ter do so-en-so; en ter Mars Archie de nex' mont ', en I got ter do so-en-so; den I got ter go ter Miss Jinnie's: en hit's Sandy dis en Sandy dat, en Sandy yer en Sandy dere, tel it' pears ter me I ain 'got no home, ner no marster, ner no mistiss, ner no nuffin'.

    Po' Sandy

  • W'en she got de goopher all ready en fix ', she tuk' n went out in de woods en buried it under de root uv a red oak tree, en den come back en tole one er de niggers she done goopher de grapevimes, en a'er a nigger w'at eat dem grapes 'ud be sho ter die inside'n twel' mont's.

    The Goophered Grapevine

  • "A second lieutenant who came here -- one of Fr'mont's men -- kept a journal.

    The Mystery of the Headless Horse

  • I ain 'stole one on 'em sence las' mont ', "protested Zeke, as he turned a somersault into the road," en dat warn' stealin '' case hit warn 'wu'th it, "he added, rising to his feet and staring wistfully after the wagon as it vanished in a sunny cloud of dust.

    The Battle Ground

  • "As for relieving General Fre-mont," (with the accent always strongly on the "mont,") "I guess you may as well talk of relieving the whole West.

    North America — Volume 1


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