Definition of "range of mountains" [range of mountains]

  • A series of hills or mountains (noun)

WordNet. Princeton University. 2010.

Use "range of mountains" in a sentence
  • "Stories about these peaks had filtered west to Greece for years, so that educated men like Alexander knew there was a lofty range of mountains on the eastern borders of the Persian Empire higher than anything in the Aegean world."
  • "Why that particular range of mountains attracted him was something he could not explain, except that they sounded appetizing, and he enjoyed what he called the pleasures of the table."
  • "Alexander and his soldiers marched south over a low range of mountains for several days until they suddenly came to a pass leading down to the plain of the Hydaspes."