mounting

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Adjective[edit]

mounting (not comparable)

  1. That continues to mount; steadily accumulating.
    mounting debts
    • 1962 October, “Talking of Trains: The collisions at Connington”, in Modern Railways, page 232:
      About three or four minutes later still an express freight on the up main line ran into the wreckage at about 35 m.p.h. Its engine also overturned and 15 more wagons were added to the mounting pile of wreckage.

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Verb[edit]

mounting

  1. present participle of mount

Noun[edit]

mounting (plural mountings)

  1. Something mounted; an attachment.
  2. The act of one who mounts.
    • 1834, John Dunmore Lang, An Historical and Statistical Account of New South Wales
      The stage we had now commenced was eighteen miles in length; but the frequent mountings and dismountings, to climb or to descend the rocky sides of the mountains, made it appear much longer.