Definition of Mt. everest

1. Noun. A mountain in the central Himalayas on the border of Tibet and Nepal; the highest mountain peak in the world (29,028 feet high).




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Literary usage of Mt. everest

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1. Nonfiction Craft Lessons: Teaching Information Writing K-8 by JoAnn Portalupi, Ralph J. Fletcher (2001)
"The book cited here, The Top of the World: Climbing mt. everest by Steve Jenkins, has much to teach our nonfiction writers. But this craft lesson focuses on ..."

2. A Text-book of Geology for Use in Universities: Colleges, Schools of Science by Louis Valentine Pirsson, Charles Schuchert (1920)
"mt. everest in comparison to the size of the globe. ... The highest elevation of the land, mt. everest in the Himalayas, is 29000 feet; the lowest known ..."

3. The American Year Book: A Record of Events and Progress by Francis Graham Wickware, (, Albert Bushnell Hart, (, Simon Newton Dexter North, William M. Schuyler (1918)
"mt. everest, according to the latest determination of the Indian Survey, is 29141 ft. high. Dr. Hellas has made a long study of the possibility of ..."

4. Diplomatic Memoirs by John Watson Foster (1909)
"mt. everest, the highest of the Himalayan peaks, is not visible from Darjeeling, and in order to see it we had to make an excursion of six miles to Tiger ..."

5. A Practical Arithmetic by George Albert Wentworth (1902)
"The highest mountain in the world is mt. everest, Hindostan, which is 29062 feet high. How many feet higher is mt. everest than Pikes Peak, Colorado, ..."

6. A Practical Arithmetic by George Albert Wentworth (1902)
"The highest mountain in the world is mt. everest, Hindostan, which is 29062 feet high. How many feet higher is mt. everest than Pikes Peak, Colorado, ..."

7. City Arithmetics by William Aloysius Boylan, Floyd R. Smith (1916)
"mt. everest, in Asia, the highest mountain peak in the world, is 29002 feet high. ... (a) How much higher is mt. everest than Mt. McKinley ? ..."

8. Nonfiction Craft Lessons: Teaching Information Writing K-8 by JoAnn Portalupi, Ralph J. Fletcher (2001)
"The book cited here, The Top of the World: Climbing mt. everest by Steve Jenkins, has much to teach our nonfiction writers. But this craft lesson focuses on ..."

9. A Text-book of Geology for Use in Universities: Colleges, Schools of Science by Louis Valentine Pirsson, Charles Schuchert (1920)
"mt. everest in comparison to the size of the globe. ... The highest elevation of the land, mt. everest in the Himalayas, is 29000 feet; the lowest known ..."

10. The American Year Book: A Record of Events and Progress by Francis Graham Wickware, (, Albert Bushnell Hart, (, Simon Newton Dexter North, William M. Schuyler (1918)
"mt. everest, according to the latest determination of the Indian Survey, is 29141 ft. high. Dr. Hellas has made a long study of the possibility of ..."

11. Diplomatic Memoirs by John Watson Foster (1909)
"mt. everest, the highest of the Himalayan peaks, is not visible from Darjeeling, and in order to see it we had to make an excursion of six miles to Tiger ..."

12. A Practical Arithmetic by George Albert Wentworth (1902)
"The highest mountain in the world is mt. everest, Hindostan, which is 29062 feet high. How many feet higher is mt. everest than Pikes Peak, Colorado, ..."

13. A Practical Arithmetic by George Albert Wentworth (1902)
"The highest mountain in the world is mt. everest, Hindostan, which is 29062 feet high. How many feet higher is mt. everest than Pikes Peak, Colorado, ..."

14. City Arithmetics by William Aloysius Boylan, Floyd R. Smith (1916)
"mt. everest, in Asia, the highest mountain peak in the world, is 29002 feet high. ... (a) How much higher is mt. everest than Mt. McKinley ? ..."

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