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6. mount up collect, accrue, appreciate, pile up, multiply, go up, increase, grow, balloon, rise, run or shoot up, proliferate, boom; intensify, gain strength, wax, swell, snowball, accumulate.
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n. 7. climb, ascent, rise; climbing, spiraling, gyring up, shooting up. See - mounting (def. 1).
8. horse, saddle horse, riding horse, hunter, steed, charger, palfrey, cavalry horse, courser, war-horse; race horse, racer, steeplechaser,
Inf. bangtail, Inf. pony; posting horse, stalking horse, polo pony; bronco, bronc, range horse, Western U.S. cayuse, mustang, cow pony, bucking bronco, sunfisher, Dial, hoss, Dial. critter, Inf nag, Inf. dobbin; mare, stallion, equine.
9. mounting, arrangement, setting, structure, frame, box, case. See - mounting
(defs. 2, 4).

mount1, n. 1. hill, mountain. See - hill (defs. 1, 2). See - mountain (def. 1).
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Poetical. Olympus, Olympian height, lofty mountain, wooded mountain, towering alp, lofty peak, cloud-capped or snow-clad peak, vast eminence, templed hill, dizzy height.

mountain, n. 1. peak, alp, pinnacle, point, spur, tor, height, Chiefly Brit, pike, mountaintop, summit; precipice, crag, butte, promontory, cliff, bluff, headland, plateau, hump; monticule, escarpment, upland, steep, mound.
2. mountains
mountain range, range, chain, sierra, ridge, highlands, crest,

mountainous, adj. 1. rocky, hilly, alpine, rolling, knobby, upland, elevated; lofty, high, high-reaching, sky-high, soaring, towering, beetling, overtopping; heaven-kissing, cloud-capped, cloud-touching, supernal; precipitous, sheer, steep, rising, Olympian.
2. large, bulky, formidable, huge, enormous, mighty; prodigious, gigantic, giant, monumental; stupendous, staggering, awe-inspiring; tall, grand, grandiose, big,
Sl. humongous; sizable, mammoth, ponderous, massive, Inf. whopping, Inf. thumping, Inf. thundering; immense, large-scale, far-reaching; limitless, boundless; hulking, rugged, solid, strong, powerful,

mountebank, n. charlatan, quack, quack doctor, quacksalver, Archaic, empiric; pretender, imposter, impersonator, Sl. ringer; sham, shammer, bluff, bluffer, Inf. phony; huckster, pitchman, snake oil man, medicine man, fast-talker, Sl. spieler, Sl. hot-air artist; fraud, fake, Inf. faker, thimblerigger, carpetbagger, crimp, Inf. bunko steerer, Inf bunko artist; cheat, deceiver, swindler, confidence man, Inf. con man; Sl. shill, Sl. decoy, Sl. come-on man, Sl. plant, Sl. capper; trickster, chiseler, hoaxer, fourflusher, defrauder, cozener, beguiler, allurer; adventurer, knave, rogue, rascal, Cagliostro.

mounting, n. 1. rise, rising, ascent, ascending, ascension, climb, clamber; climbing, spiraling, soaring, zooming, gaining altitude, taking off, shooting or rocketing up, surge, upsurge, upswing, upsweep, upturn, uptrend; increase, gain, growth, development, buildup, intensification, heightening, strengthening, augmentation, enlargement, greatening, amplification, widening, broadening, extension; advance, accrual, appreciation, accumulation, increment, accretion; inflation, swelling, booming, waxing, snowballing, raise, Sl. hike, Inf. step up, Sl. upping, Sl. up; levitation, elevation, leap, jump; fountain, spout, spurt, jet.
2. arrangement, plan, scheme, design, blueprint, master plan, prearrangement, schema; setup, format, layout, line-up, make-up; working plan, ground plan, spadework, groundwork, plot, chart; program, conception, projection, outline, delineation, scenario, procedure, plan of action,
Inf. game plan; prepara-

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