Black Mountain

  1. the Black Mountain a mountain range in S Wales, in E Carmarthenshire and W Powys. Highest peak: Carmarthen Van, 802 m (2632 ft)

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How to use Black Mountain in a sentence

  • At Black Mountain College, Josef Albers encouraged her to use commonplace materials for her sculpture.

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  • But there came the sound of a trumpet whose voice was as the cursing of a Black Mountain.

    Caesar and Cleopatra | George Bernard Shaw
  • Billy Veal had declared that it offered a perfectly easy route through to the Black Mountain spur for which the party was heading.

  • The race was to extend from the Black Mountain to the summit of the third pinnacle extending to the eastward.

  • Big Black Mountain is not a peak, it is a tree-grown ridge stretching away for miles and miles.

    Red Dynamite | Roy J. Snell
  • And they went on again, another journey, and camped at the place called Black Mountain, and again sang and danced a war dance.

    Aw-Aw-Tam Indian Nights | J. William Lloyd