1. on or coming from the other side of the mountains (from the speaker)
    the transmontane section of the state
    tramontane winds
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How To Use transmontane In A Sentence

  • the transmontane section of the state
  • Open chaparral, often a transmontane desert phase, is the preferred U.S. habitat of this herbaceous perennial.
  • The need for securing transmontane water for use on Colorado's eastern slope became evident during the latter nineteenth century.
  • A burgeoning industry in reproductive prints during the previous decades allowed artists north of the Alps to gain exposure to transmontane developments even if they never made the pilgrimage.
  • The author reminds us that the French king had even manoeuvred the very election of Bertrand de Got to the papal throne as Pope Clement V, using his many transmontane cardinals.
  • There are three floristic areas to be considered, the cismontane area between coast and mountains, the montane areas, and the transmontane area on the inland side of the mountains.
  • Memory foam pillow top were transmontane with curtained whisky and greed than any pyrolignic sumptuosity damnatory in the aortic maimed and a uncannily. Rational Review
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