fairweather

fair-weather

[fair-weth-er]

Origin:
1730–40

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Fairweather

[fair-weth-er]
noun
a mountain in SE Alaska. 15,292 feet (4660 meters).
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fair-weather
 
adj
1.  suitable for use in fair weather only
2.  not reliable or present in situations of hardship or difficulty (esp in the phrase fair-weather friend)

Fairweather (ˈfɛəˌwɛðə)
 
n
Mount Fairweather a mountain in W North America, on the border between Alaska and British Columbia. Height: 4663 m (15 300 ft)

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