fourteener

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fourteener

(ˌfɔːˈtiːnə)
n
1. (Poetry) poetry a line of poetry with fourteen syllables
2. (Poetry) poetry a poem with fourteen lines
3. (Mountaineering) dialect US a mountain that is higher than 14,000 feet
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In his free time, Shootman can usually be found trying to convince his legs that they really don't hurt on a road bike or running trail, admiring the view from a 14er in Colorado, or down on a reef in his home state of Hawaii.
Hezbollah is quite aware of my position regarding [the resistance] and March 14 know that I am a March 14er even more than [the coalition] is maybe," Mikati said.
This is the sixth year of Climbing for Kids, IP5280's annual fundraiser for Children's Hospital and the Kempe Foundation, where employees and their friends and relatives scale a 14er and raise a mountain of cash.
A: We like rafting and hiking and just last month took a trip to Colorado where we climbed our first 14er [a 14,000-foot peak] together.
No need for weapons checks for these men and women; for an alliance galvanized by opposition to contraband arms, a March 14er packing anything remotely dangerous would border on a double standard.
IP5280 is equally committed to giving back to the community; once a year, its metaphorical climb to the top becomes a literal one when 150 employees, family members and business associates climb a 14er to raise money for Children's Hospital and the Kempe Foundation.
There's an amazing sense of accomplishment when you reach the summit of a 14er.