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mountain climbing

Origin of mountain climbing
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mountain climber, noun Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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  • The fatigue and the hardship associated with mountain climbing is a portion of the essence of the pleasure in it.

    Psychotherapy James J. Walsh
  • To mountain climbing she had been accustomed since a baby, and was well and hardy.

    The Trail of a Sourdough May Kellogg Sullivan
  • This will save you a lot of mountain climbing an give you a better place to cross the Rio Grande.

    The Motor Boys in Mexico Clarence Young
  • There were sports like swimming, mountain climbing, and skiing.

    The Status Civilization Robert Sheckley
  • Sebastian was greatly relieved at not having to do any mountain climbing.

    Heidi Johanna Spyri
  • mountain climbing is mighty onsartin in one of these machines.

    The Motor Boys Overland Clarence Young
  • The ascent was indeed not difficult as that term would be used of mountain climbing.

    The Awakening of the Desert Julius C. Birge
  • They had come, expecting fishing, swimming and mountain climbing.

    The Silent Alarm Roy J. Snell
  • The fact is, mountain climbing is a good deal more than pastime; it amounts to work, downright hard work.

    Birds of the Rockies Leander Sylvester Keyser
  • It was the worst I have ever done in all my mountain climbing.

    The Wood Fire in No. 3 F. Hopkinson Smith

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