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plural noun
a mountain range in W North Carolina, part of the Appalachian Mountains. Highest peak, Mount Mitchell, 6,684 feet (2,035 meters).
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Black Mountains

pl n
a mountain range running from N Monmouthshire and SE Powys (Wales) to SW Herefordshire (England). Highest peak: Waun Fach, 811 m (2660 ft)
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