Rainier, Mount
or formerly Mount Tacoma geographical name mountain 14,410 feet (4392 meters) W central Washington; highest in the Cascade Range & in Washington; in Mount Rainier National Park

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  • Rainier, Mount — Mountain, west central Washington state, U.S. At 14,410 ft (4,392 m), Mount Rainier is the highest point in the Cascade Range and in the state. The mountain is actually a dormant volcano that last erupted some 2,000 years ago; it covers 100 sq mi …   Universalium

  • Rainier,Mount — Rai·nier (rə nîrʹ, rā ), Mount A volcanic peak, 4,395.1 m (14,410 ft) high, of the Cascade Range in west central Washington. It is the highest point in the range and the highest elevation in the state. * * * …   Universalium

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