Andes

[ US /ˈændiz/ ]
NOUN
  1. a mountain range in South America running 5000 miles along the Pacific coast
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How To Use Andes In A Sentence

  • I got off it and he was incandescent with rage, much of which was to impress the owners. The Sun
  • The difference in turn-on time would generally not be noticeable for standard household incandescent bulbs, since they turn on very quickly.
  • Some small villages in the northern Andes were left isolated as roads were blocked by slides.
  • Such flat morphologies are common in the Central Andes.
  • The empty expanses of the puna, as the grasslands are called in the Andes, correspond to the silence in which we walked.
  • Yet a current show there, on one of the grandest of all illuminated manuscripts, does both.
  • Hiding out in or near steamy rivers and swamps in South America east of the Andes from Colombia to Paraguay and also on the island of Trinidad, these semiaquatic serpents are the largest snakes in the world.
  • I badly wanted to go on to see the monkey-puzzle forests at the foot of the Andes, to drive the cattle to high summer pasture.
  • The Tourist was impressive ... but this is even better, a dazzling, dizzyingly complex world of clandestine warfare that is complicated further by the affairs of the heart. The Nearest Exit by Olen Steinhauer: Book summary
  • The moist eastern slopes of the Andes tumble to dank, humid, jungle lowlands whose rivers are the highways for transportation.
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