Vinson Massif

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Vinson Mas·sif

 (mă-sēf′)
A peak, 4,892 m (16,050 ft) high, in the Ellsworth Mountains of western Antarctica. It is the highest elevation in Antarctica.

Vin′son Massif′


n.
a mountain in Antarctica, near the Ronne Ice Shelf: highest point on Antarctica. ab. 16,864 ft. (5140 m).
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