Noun(1) any high mountain
(1) Out at the distant horizon ascended a monstrous tidal swell amassing into an alp .(2) The steep grass of the alp scoured my knees and slapped my cheeks.(3) When the school was over in the summer, we would usually go up into the alp that was filled with wild animals and uncharted lands.(4) During the filming of the mountaineering movie Five Days One Summer, she managed to wind up most of the cast and crew by wandering around a Swiss alp wearing nothing but a pale green bikini and an oriental veil.(5) You go in, sit down, and order some pastries and you imagine that you are in the Austrian alps .(6) For winter sports enthusiasts, the southern and northern Japanese alps and the mountains of Hokkaido are home to some of the very best powder snow in the world.(7) Now, I knew on one level that my fears were ridiculous, and that there are in fact no lions on Swiss alps , no wolf-packs in the lake district and no giant carnivorous elk anywhere.(8) To really take in the majesty of the alps , I highly recommend you cough up the money for a go at skydiving.(9) However, on the last day we could even afford to enjoy the spectacular view over the alps .(10) The late renaissance had little experience of pack-ice and polar seas, but they did have plenty of glaciers in the alps .(11) It's a CD of music from the Swiss alps I bought at a flea market one Sunday when I was in an ironic mood.(12) The fog cleared to reveal gleaming glaciers and maritime alps as we made a cautious sun-soothed entry into the sound itself.(13) The Valais is sheltered by the alps and, like south east Switzerland, benefits particularly from the fÔö£├éhn, but it can be dry and irrigation with mountain water is sometimes necessary.(14) Sun's Cradle was an old chain of rocky, copper alps , two of which towered over the rest like protruding inverted fangs.(15) Areas of the alps still show signs of environmental damage wrought by decades of cattle grazing, even though grazing stopped more than 60 years ago.(16) The whole continent, except for some semi-inaccessible places in the alps , northern Scotland or Scandinavia, has been groomed and tended by the hand of man.
(1) alp :: alp
1. alp ::
2. high mountains ::
Different Formsalp, alps
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