a mountain ridge in Georgia, Tennessee, and Alabama: a battle of the Civil War fought here, near Chattanooga, Tenn. 1863; highest point, 2,126 feet (648 meters).
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How to use Lookout Mountain in a sentence
Beginning atop Lookout Mountain, in Noccalula Falls Park, home to a roaring 90-foot high cascade, Lookout Mountain Parkway winds 93 miles through the wooded hills and impressive waterfalls of Little River Canyon National Preserve.
The only underground waterfall on this list, Ruby Falls tumbles 145 feet down a limestone cave inside Lookout Mountain.
After remaining for some time at Bridgeport, the regiment was ordered to the vicinity of Lookout Mountain.The Seventh Regiment | George L. Wood
South of the town the slope of Lookout Mountain rises to a height of 2000 feet above sea-level.Famous Men and Great Events of the Nineteenth Century | Charles Morris
At no place were they near enough to throw shells into the city, save from their heavy guns on Lookout Mountain.A Narrative of Service with the Third Wisconsin Infantry | Julian Wisner Hinkley