being or coming from another country
on or coming from the other side of the mountains (from the speaker)
the transmontane section of the state
- a cold dry wind that blows south out of the mountains into Italy and the western Mediterranean
How To Use tramontane In A Sentence
- a contest in Virginia between a cismontane and a tramontane people
- As for its successor, the ultramontane Sunni Hamas, and its even more chiliastic Shia half-ally in Lebanon, Hezbollah, they do not want any accommodation or compromise, and they do not pretend to. Sesquipedalian Blatherskite
- Weigel's ultramontane effusions about John Paul II are warmly endorsed.
- The so-called ultramontanes believed that the state should serve as the secular arm of the Church and enforce its monopoly of the truth against all rival ideologies.
- A second and related set of tensions divided Gallicans, who insisted on the independence of the national Church, and ultramontanes, who were more respectful of papal authority.
- Inconsistencies and nonparallelisms abound: cisatlantic is in but not cisalpine; tramontane but not cismontane; poikilothermal but not homoiothermal. VERBATIM: The Language Quarterly Vol 1 No 2
- The sun fell blinding white on the snowfields, and the dancing breeze swept ice crystals down from ultramontane glaciers.
- To an old and faithful servant of the ultramontane papacy such as Ottaviani, it was all the most absolute madness.
- These opinions were in opposition to the ideas which were called ultramontane.
- tramontane influences