a mountain range extending from N California to W Canada: highest peak, Mt. Rainier, 14,408 feet (4,322 meters).
- Also called the Cascades.
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How to use Cascade Range in a sentence
A tree will grow there in forty years to as great a size as it will in eighty years on this side of the Cascade Range.
This is a beautiful region; from the bottom can be seen, at different points, seven snow-covered peaks of the Cascade Range.Early Western Travels 1748-1846, Volume XXX | Joel Palmer
In a bygone age an arctic climate prevailed over the Northwest, and glaciers covered the Cascade Range.Mount Rainier | Various
Throughout the Cascade Range several prominent peaks tower above the others like giants among dwarfs.The Beauties of the State of Washington | Harry F. Giles
Mount Rainier is situated on the western side of the Cascade Range, near the forty-seventh parallel.Mount Rainier | Various
British Dictionary definitions for Cascade Range
a chain of mountains in the US and Canada: a continuation of the Sierra Nevada range from N California through Oregon and Washington to British Columbia. Highest peak: Mount Rainier, 4392 m (14 408 ft)
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