from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. The side of a mountain.
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- n. The sloping side of a mountain.
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- n. the side or slope of a mountain
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I love the story of Elijah, and when they're surrounded by the army and someone says to him, "We're surrounded, we're never going to escape," he asked God to open his eyes, and he sees the whole mountainside is filled with chariots of fire.
On Friday evenings the husbands, Simon among them, made their way up the mountainside from the train station by means of the one ancient village taxi, or else they trudged with their suitcases and their city bundles along the mile of dusty stone-strewn road, between high weedy growths, uphill to the colonies of cottages.
Unless that mountainside is going to be developed or something, there's not
About three weeks after my last treatment, I came down to the Ride for the Roses and rode the Austin mountainside (on a mountain bike, mind you) with you and others that had battled this and other illnesses and the overall experience has been a treasure for me and my family.
It is hard work, but the climb up the mountainside is a job in itself.
Nestled within the folds of the mountainside was a concrete pillbox, barely visible in the twilight.
Your mountainside is a true garden, with human intervention only adding to its splendor.
It was a great visit, the mountainside was a vision and the cozy cabin is coming along nicely.
Today, the two massive, crumbling walls leaning out of the mountainside are the only reminder of the region's ancient prosperity.
Technology has better enabled humans to exercise choice: the only difference between embryo selection and the Greeks exposing unwanted infants on the mountainside is the degree to which technology allows us to fine-tune our ethical distinctions.