Recent Examples of mountaintop from the Web
Five members of Kennedy Clutter’s extended family, including great-uncles and grandpas, have worked their way through merit badges, leadership roles and community service to the mountaintop of Scouting: Eagle.
The Broadmoor Pikes Peak International Hill Climb This crazed mountaintop race is the second-oldest continuously operating American motorsports event after the Indianapolis 500.
But for those who make it to the mountaintop, things are already pretty good.
All that remains are mountaintops that are now St. Lawrence and other islands, and the outline on maps that shows the continental shelf spreading underwater like pancake batter.
But, by then, had age and wear-and-tear and family commitments brought Federer down off his mountaintop, just a little bit?
Paris Hilton kicked off 2018 with a mountaintop proposal from her boyfriend actor Chris Zylka.
Huge oak trees can dwarf visitors to the Mount Burdell Open Space Preserve in Novato, a 1,600-acre open space with great views from the 1,558-foot mountaintop and dog-friendly rules.
In Madagascar, the pelican spiders live far from humans in pristine mountaintop rainforests.
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Definition of mountaintop for English Language Learners
: the top of a mountain
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