Examples from the Web for everest
The anti-gun contingent stands before an Everest of obstacles, a wall of patriotic babble about Second Amendment privileges.
The airplane flew at an altitude higher than that of Mount Everest—about 38,000 feet compared to Everest at 29,000 feet.
At this writing, 334 permits to climb Everest have been issued for this spring season.
The tragedy of 16 Sherpas killed was the biggest single loss of life in the history of climbing Everest.
The top of Everest was visited by 234 people in 2012 on the same day, most of them paid clients.
It was impossible to know; but at least it was certain there was no clear way to the West side of Everest.
It may be concluded the year was abnormally wet, though to what extent on Everest itself can hardly be divined.
It was easy to conclude that one valley, this one, must come up on the North side of Makalu all the way to Everest.
At this juncture a woman brushed through the crowd and took the rope from Everest's neck.
Everest attempted a fight with his fists but was overpowered and severely beaten.
Word Origin for Everest
mountain between Nepal and Tibet, named 1865 for Sir George Everest (1790-1866), surveyor-general of India. The Tibetan name is Chomolangma "mother goddess of the world."