|a narrow passage, contract or be contracted, high in protein, just enough for success, limited in size, make narrow, restrict; contract, lessen in width, taper, make or become narrow, narrow place (valley, mountain pass, etc.); narrow passage, narrow-m...||narrow|
|a variety of quartz, usually smoky yellow, gray, or brown in color, found in Scotland and used in making jewelry., cairngorm stone, kind of quartz (generally in smoky yellow, gray or brown color) named after the Scottish mountain where it is found whic...||cairngorm|
|abseil, descend a mountain face by sliding down a rope which is attached to a body harness and fastened to an overhead projection, descend by rope, descent by rappelling||rappel|
|act of ascending; ascent; something which can be climbed (hill, rise), act of climbing, go up; slope upward; gradually move upward, be a mountaineer, go up using hands and feet, grow clingingly upward, hill or mountain, move higher socially, move with ...||climb|
|act of descending a mountain face by sliding down a rope which is attached to a body harness and fastened to an overhead projection||rappelling|
|add pinnacle to something, furnish with towers, construct turrets, highest point, mountain peak, pointed ornament, put something on pinnacle, tower; precipice, cliff; acme, highest point; summit||pinnacle|
|Alpine mountain pass linking Innsbruck, Austria and Bolzano, Italy. With a maximum elevation of 1,371 m/4,497 ft, it has been an important route between Austria and Italy since antiquity.||Brenner Pass|
|altitude sickness, high cold plateau (as in the Andes); mountain sickness, difficulty breathing caused by the thin mountain air, plateau in Andes||puna|
|animal which can be ridden; vehicle which can be mounted; pedestal; riding; ascending, act of mounting; placing; frame; mountain, hill (used only as a title in the name of a mountain, i.e. Mount Hermon), climb up, ascend; raise; ride; get up on; establ...||mount|
|area at foot of mountains, area of flatlands located at the foothills of a mountain chain||piedmont|
|area of high pressure, backbone of animal, form ridges, mark with ridges; form ridges, mountain range, chain of mountains; crest, thin uppermost edge; long raised strip or rib, raised land formation, raised part on bone, ridge on ocean floor, ridgeline...||ridge|
|area slope, mountain slope||versant|
|arrive to a climax, reach the highest point; become thin; raise vertically, cause peak in, corner of fore-and-aft sail, extreme end of hull, form peak, gaff end, get sickly, prime, top, maximum value of quantity, mountain, mountain top, of greatest use...||peak|
|artist who paints; one who covers surfaces with paint (especially professionally); mooring rope (Nautical), mountain lion, rope for tying up a boat, somebody who paints houses, somebody who paints pictures||painter|
|Asian mountain cat||snow leopard|
|Asian ruminant mountain mammal||takin|
|avens, white-flowering mountain shrub||mountain avens|
|beaver (type of animal); salt and pepper shaker; small wheel under furniture, beaver fur, beaver hat, beaver oil||castor|
|Bigfoot, large hairy mountain creature that allegedly inhabits the Pacific Northwest region of the United States and Canada (has never been proven to exist)||Sasquatch|
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