1. being or coming from another country
    tramontane influences
  2. on or coming from the other side of the mountains (from the speaker)
    the transmontane section of the state
    tramontane winds
  1. a cold dry wind that blows south out of the mountains into Italy and the western Mediterranean
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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.
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