Humphreys Peak


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Hum·phreys Peak

 (hŭm′frēz′, hŭmp′-)
A mountain, 3,851 m (12,633 ft) high, in the San Francisco Peaks of north-central Arizona. It is the highest point in the state.
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Humphreys Peak

(ˈhʌmfrɪz)
n
(Placename) a mountain in N central Arizona, in the San Francisco Peaks: the highest peak in the state. Height: 3862 m (12 670 ft)
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The San Francisco Peaks loom over the Arizona city, topping out at 12,633-foot Humphreys Peak, the state's highest point.
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