from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Covered with mountains.
  • Heaped up high.


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  • The X6 would be perfekt for mountained areas and/or when there is heavy snowfall...

    Pull Over to the Right for BMW's 407HP X6 xDrive50i Ambulance - Carscoop

  • Three thousand acres of mountained garbage, contoured and road-graded, with bulldozers pushing waves of refuse onto the active face.


  • All by way of saying, we are now digging out of the rubble, slowly, and giant mountains of Stuff That Must Be Done have mountained around us.

    April 2006

  • Like Hoagy Carmichael, the composer of "Georgia on My Mind," Ray Charles had a natural affinity for the lie of the land: his voice could embrace the purple-mountained uplift of "America the Beautiful" and ramble slyly through back roads and shantytowns, too.

    The Lord’s Music and the Devil’s Words

  • To the northeast the high-mountained isle of Samothraki was bathed in sunshine, but here, above the small island of Pithros, heavy clouds cast dark shadows over the cliffs and the rugged land behind them.

    Lord of the Silver Bow

  • And I mountained it up on my bike and road about 15 miles into a very strong headwind that took me about two and a half hours to complete that ride, down to the vicinity of Burr (ph) Pass, approximately south southeast of the Horseshoe Canyon trailhead.

    CNN Transcript May 8, 2003

  • In the hush of my mountained vastness, in the flush of my midnight skies.

    The Spell of the Yukon and Other Verses

  • The world was not created in the form it was to have; it was to be moulded, shaped, stratified, coaled, mountained, valleyed, subsequently.

    Recreations in Astronomy With Directions for Practical Experiments and Telescopic Work

  • What would those journeys - so special to this purple-mountained mecca - be?

    Denver Post: News: Breaking: Local

  • the Phrygian flute of Mother Rhea, satyr-stolen, blends with revel, sweet-graced and most holy, antheming the wild troops that, mountained, band and revel, mountained and light of foot, gambol like the wild foals.

    Archive 2005-06-01


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