Wrangell

[ rang-guhl ]

noun
  1. Mount, an active volcano in SE Alaska, in the Wrangell Mountains. 14,006 feet (4,269 meters).

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How to use Wrangell in a sentence

  • The fame of the brilliant and beautiful Baroness Wrangell, first chatelaine of the castle, lives after her.

    Over the Rocky Mountains to Alaska | Charles Warren Stoddard
  • There was a rainy afternoon at Fort Wrangell,—a very proper background, for the place is dismal to a degree.

    Over the Rocky Mountains to Alaska | Charles Warren Stoddard
  • Unalashkan vocabularies by Lisiansky, Wrangell, Resanoff, and others.

    Opuscula | Robert Gordon Latham
  • It is said that only once since the settlement of Fort Wrangell has the ground been covered to a depth of four feet.

    Travels in Alaska | John Muir
  • My first trip up the river was made in the spring with the missionary party soon after our arrival at Wrangell.

    Travels in Alaska | John Muir

British Dictionary definitions for Wrangell

Wrangell

/ (ˈræŋɡəl) /


noun
  1. Mount Wrangell a mountain in S Alaska, in the W Wrangell Mountains. Height: 4269 m (14 005 ft)

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