- The, (used with a plural verb) a range of low mountains in central Scotland, separating the Highlands from the Lowlands. Highest peak, Ben Nevis, 4406 feet (1343 meters).
- a region in E Scotland. 3361 sq. mi. (8704 sq. km).
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In the west and north-west the Grampians are the predominant feature.
The Grampians in Forfarshire and in Perthshire are from 3000 to 4000 feet high.The Geological Evidence of The Antiquity of Man
Between them and the Grampians lies the low and charming valley of Strathmore.The Genius of Scotland
The Grampians were within a long march, and once there Montrose knew he was safe.The Red Book of Heroes
Leonora Blanche Lang
The glen of Oranmore lay among the lower heights of the Grampians, a solitary, secluded valley.Merkland