Definition of Promontory Mountains in English:

Promontory Mountains

Syllabification: Prom·on·to·ry Moun·tains
A short range that forms a peninsula in the northern Great Salt Lake, in northern Utah. The first transcontinental railroad passed through Promontory, north of the range. Today, trains pass Promontory Point, at the southern end, via a causeway across the lake.

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