noun, plural Te·tons, (especially collectively) Te·ton for 2.
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Once was in the Teton Mountains of Wyoming, when I was in my early twenties.Michael Ybarra’s Death Underscores the Allure and Dangers of Solo Climbing|Scott C. Johnson|July 15, 2012|DAILY BEAST
For the Teton subdivisions see our volume xxii, p. 326, note 287.Early Western Travels 1748-1846, Volume XXX|Joel Palmer
Thus prepared at all points, and ready for his desperate undertaking, the Teton gave the signal to proceed.The Prairie|J. Fenimore Cooper
From the north fork of Lewis's river we passed on to an eminence called Teton mountain, where we spent the night.