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Alternative clues for the word col

Mil. rank

Centennial State: Abbr.

Oliver North's rank: Abbr.

Maj.'s superior

Milit. rank

Old radio's ___ Stoopnagle

Spreadsheet part: Abbr.

Newspaper part: Abbr.

Newspaper div.

Mil. title

Marine off.

Rank above maj.

Mustard, e.g.: Abbr.

Newspaper adv. unit

Venez. neighbor

Inferior of a brig. gen.

Sanders, Klink or Mustard: Abbr.

___ Mustard

Spreadsheet feature: Abbr.

___ Mustard (Clue character): Abbr.

Part of a newspaper: Abbr.

Mustard, for one: Abbr.

Potter or Klink: Abbr.

___ Mustard (Clue character)

Mustard, but not ketchup: Abbr.

One of 15 in a typical weekday crossword: Abbr.

Kurtz's rank in "Apocalypse Now": Abbr.

Newspaper unit: Abbr.

A pass between mountain peaks

High pass

Mil. man

Mountain pass

S.A. country

Regt. head

Army off.

Newspaper feature: Abbr.

Eagle wearer: Abbr.

Capt. : Navy :: ___ : Army

Title held by 41 Down: Abbr.

Potter, in "M*A*S*H"

Mountain gap

Word definitions for col in dictionaries

Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English Word definitions in Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
noun EXAMPLES FROM CORPUS ▪ A col was reached at the ridge base and we ate. ▪ But the view from the col was decisive and I stayed to indulge my vanity. ▪ Each of the cols traversed by the peloton is harder than the one before. ▪ This error is like climbing...

The Collaborative International Dictionary Word definitions in The Collaborative International Dictionary
Col \Col\, n. [F., neck, fr. L. collum neck.] A short ridge connecting two higher elevations or mountains; the pass over such a ridge. [1913 Webster] ||

Wiktionary Word definitions in Wiktionary
abbr. Colima, a state of Mexico.

WordNet Word definitions in WordNet
n. a pass between mountain peaks [syn: gap ]

Wikipedia Word definitions in Wikipedia
Col is a pencil and paper game , specifically a map-coloring game , involving the shading of areas in a line drawing according to the rules of Graph coloring . With each move, the graph must remain proper (no two areas of the same colour may touch), and...

Usage examples of col.

The long obsession had died with Maynard, and he had been dead before he hit the peat, like Cascade and Cotopaxi, Abseil and Col.

I reached the Col de la Faucille at sunset, when, for a few minutes, the Mont Blanc and Aiguille Verte showed themselves in dull red light, but were buried again, before the sun was quite down, in the rising deluge of cloud-poison.

Il prete, col volto di bragia, stringeva col braccio destro la fanciulla e con tutta la sua forza cercava di trascinarla avanti, ad onta degli sforzi di lei per non avanzare.

An abrupt turn then led over rough ground, the lower folds of the Umm Furut, where a great granite gorge, the Nakb Abu Shar, ran up to a depression in the dorsum, an apparently practicable Col.

Col began his career, earning his bed and board took a whole evening of songs, with all profits from increased business going to the innkeeper.

Pethwick, who before her marriage to the late Sir Lionel Pethwick was, of course, Miss Diana Gyrth, is the sister of Col.

He made no comment, but she col Ild almost feel how closely he listened to her.

In leaving the Pedee, with still some doubts of the newly converted loyalists of that quarter, he left Col.

CAPITOLO LXI VENEZIA ED IL BUCCINTORO Le macchie del servaggio e le rughe della miseria il popolo alla fine le lava e le spiana col suo sangue.

Col du Marchairuz, a pass about seven kilometers away from Mont Tendre, before the search hovers came swarming.

French, who ascended the Vesabia, drove the allies back to the Col de Finisterre, and General Serurier cleared the valley of the Tinea and established a communication with the army of Savoy by Isola.

Ingiuriarlo, maltrattarlo, batterlo, era poca cosa: un giorno il vecchio fu trovato col cranio fracassato sul lastrico del cortile interno di casa sua.

Irene, avea col racquisto del luogotenente trovato refrigerio al suo dolore e si sentiva mosso dalla smania di udire le avventure di lui che credeva perduto per sempre.

Well, Colmer thought gloomily, facing up to it, most writers were nuts anyway, or else they would be real estate salesmen, where the big money was, or editors De Wike kept pestering him about heading their science fiction department.

E dopo essersi passata la mano sul mento con compiacenza, il Cardinale accennando col dito faceva segno a Gianni di andare.