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a massive, dome-shaped granite outcrop in NW Georgia, near Atlanta: sculptures of Confederate heroes: 825 feet (252 meters) high.
a town in NW Georgia, near the sculpted Stone Mountain.
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How to use Stone Mountain in a sentence
“I go to work most mornings in tears because I feel guilty,” she said from her home in Stone Mountain, Georgia.For Working Moms, One Sick Kid Can Spell Disaster|Danielle Shapiro|January 26, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Then, as he fretted, opportunity favored him anew, for a surveying party came to run a railroad branch north to Stone Mountain.
He would come back to the cabin in the “cove” under the shadows of Stone Mountain—back to the old mother, back to Plutina.
He was again clambering over the scarped cliffs of Stone Mountain; beside him Plutina.
There, close at hand to the southeast, Stone Mountain upreared its huge and rugged bulk.
Once, her eyes turned southward, to the gloomy grandeur of Stone Mountain, looming vast and portentous.