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mountain climbing

noun
Origin
1870-1875
1870-75
Related forms
mountain climber, noun
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  • He applies the same relentless determination to his hobby, mountain climbing, as he does to writing.
  • His hobbies include building guitars, mountain climbing, and scuba diving.
  • mountain climbing is growing in popularity, and with good reason.
  • His hobbies include building guitars, mountain climbing and scuba diving.
  • They talked about a vacation of scuba diving, mountain climbing, or golfing.
  • But that inequity is no more practically soluble than the mountain climbing example.
  • My father took us mountain climbing and rock climbing, starting at the age of ten.
  • They would go skiing and mountain climbing together.
  • Whether you're into horseback riding, mountain climbing or swimming, these activities can wreak havoc on your engagement ring.
  • Books about mountain climbing, crossing oceans and continents alone, that kind of thing.

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