Definition of Kamet
1. Noun. A mountain in the Himalayas in northern India (25,450 feet high).
Generic synonyms: Mountain Peak
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Literary usage of Kamet
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A Sketch of the Geography and Geology of the Himalaya Mountains and Tibet by Sidney Gerald Burrard, Henry Hubert Hayden (1908)
"Kamet. Kamet is a conspicuous landmark from all the elevated parts of Nari ... f Kamet stands behind the Great Himalaya range and its height was first ..."
2. A Memorial of the Great Rebellion: Being a History of the Fourteenth by Francis Henry Buffum (1882)
"An exception must be noted to the statements in this paragraph. Cozzens did have a companion, and a most congenial one. It was Kamet. Now, Kamet was sent to ..."
3. Greater Britain: A Record of Travel in English-speaking Countries During by Charles Wentworth Dilke (1869)
"We had in s 26000 feet of Kamet, but no less than tv of over 20000 feet, snow-clad to their ve tween us and the nearest outlying range which the ear caught ..."
4. A Treatise on the Election Laws in Scotland: To which is Added an Historical by Arthur Connell (1827)
"Suppose any acci- ' ' dent happens, action drowned—Kamet. Law means to give a benefit, ... Kamet. Minority de- 'duced.' 'Repel." 1 Henderson and others r. ..."