A pass between two mountain peaks or a gap in a ridge.(noun)
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Use "col" in a sentence
"I remember being up late one night as I was packing up my dorm room after my junior year in college, when the infomercial for Nads came on the TV."
"I know a happily married, very domestic, couple of whom the wife first thought perhaps the husband liked her when he held her hair back while she was throwing up in college."
"The last time you redesigned your site, I was in college."