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U·in·ta Mountains

 (yo͞o-ĭn′tə)
A range of the Rocky Mountains in northeast Utah rising to 4,123 m (13,528 ft) at King's Peak.
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Uinta Mountains

(jʊˈɪntə)
pl n
(Placename) a mountain range in NE Utah: part of the Rocky Mountains. Highest peak: Kings Peak, 4123 m (13 528 ft)
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U•in′ta Moun′tains

(yuˈɪn tə)
n.pl.
a mountain range in NE Utah, part of the Rocky Mountains. Highest peak, 13,498 ft. (4115 m).
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