Drakensberg









Drakensberg


Drakensberg [drah-kuh nz-burg] Examples noun

  1. a mountain range in the E Republic of South Africa: highest peak, 10,988 feet (3350 meters).

Also called Quathlamba. Examples from the Web for drakensberg Contemporary Examples of drakensberg

  • If you’re up for a drive and a gorgeous scenic adventure, consider a jaunt to the Drakensberg Mountains.

    Gal With a Suitcase

    Jolie Hunt

    July 10, 2010

  • Historical Examples of drakensberg

  • It rained a great deal when these Boer forces hastened to the Drakensberg.

    Through Shot and Flame

    J. D. Kestell.

  • The enemy’s forces went in the direction of the Drakensberg.

    Through Shot and Flame

    J. D. Kestell.

  • Standerton was reached in November, after operations along the Drakensberg.

    Two Years on Trek

    Louis Eugne du Moulin

  • I am told that up in the Drakensberg yonder the ant-bear holes are full of Englishmen.

    Jess

    H. Rider Haggard

  • Far away to the east the dark serrated range of the Drakensberg rose in a mighty wall.

    London to Ladysmith via Pretoria

    Winston Spencer Churchill

  • British Dictionary definitions for drakensberg Drakensberg noun

    1. a mountain range in southern Africa, extending through Lesotho, E South Africa, and Swaziland. Highest peak: Thabana Ntlenyana, 3482 m (11 425 ft)Sotho name: Quathlamba

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