noun, plural Ad·i·ron·dacks, (especially collectively) Ad·i·ron·dack.
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Origin of Adirondack
Definition for adirondack (2 of 2)
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Sparkling with 7,500 lights, the two-ton Adirondack was larger than any ever used before.
Chief interests: Music and friends in the winter; Adirondack trails in the summer.The Best Short Stories of 1920|Various
He had, in the days of long ago, fished in the Adirondack wildernesses.Darkness and Dawn|George Allan England
The sun, over the Adirondack foot-hills, hung above bands of smouldering cloud.The Firing Line|Robert W. Chambers
On this account the people in the Adirondack region call it the "Swamp Angel."
I used a rod of this description for several summers both in Adirondack and western waters.Woodcraft and Camping|George Washington Sears (Nessmuk)
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Cultural definitions for adirondack
Mountain range in northeastern New York state.