What is another word for mounts?

Pronunciation: [mˈa͡ʊnts] (IPA)

Mounts are objects used to hold or display other items. The word "mounts" is a general term that can refer to various types of support structures such as frames, racks, stands, or brackets. Depending on the specific context, different synonyms can be used to describe mounts for different purposes. For example, picture frames or easels can be used as mounts to display artwork, while bookshelves or bookstands can be considered as mounts to hold books. Similarly, TV brackets or wall mounts can be used to hold televisions, while bike racks or roof racks can be considered as mounts for bicycles or other equipment.

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Usage examples for Mounts

But over each black hour has hung Forlorn this star of knowledge: The path of pain too great to be endured Leads always unto peace; And when the granite road of anguish mounts Up and still up to its one ultimate And dizzy height of torture, Softly it dips and meets The valley of endless rest!
"Open Water"
Arthur Stringer
I have no doubt that you take pride in controlling with your deft fingers the poor folks who worship under the steeple which mounts up below us.
"The Mystery of the Locks"
Edgar Watson Howe
To the sentinel That hour is regal when he mounts on guard.
"George Eliot"
Mathilde Blind

Famous quotes with Mounts

  • Fool that I was, upon my eagle's wings I bore this wren, till I was tired with soaring, and now he mounts above me.
    John Dryden
  • The will is a beast of burden. If God mounts it, it wishes and goes as God wills; if Satan mounts it, it wishes and goes as Satan wills; Nor can it choose its rider... the riders contend for its possession.
    Martin Luther
  • No man with a touch of heart disease should ever back his mounts.
    Isaac Murphy
  • Climbing the bole of the tree, a man clings with all his arms and legs, and lays hold of every knob and sliver. When he mounts amongst the branches, it should be with a more easy alacrity. A man will often be apt at the one operation, yet awkward at the other. Nor is it, indeed, common to meet with a man of such a character as can be carried from a low condition of life through successive ascents, with an aptitude for every condition into which he passes; and thus it is that men who rise well will often stand infirmly. But for want of due consideration being given to the nature of men and circumstances, it is a usual thing to hear, not only regret but surprise expressed, when a man who has attained an elevated position in life exhibits in that position those very defects of character through which he is there.
    Henry Taylor
  • This dead of midnight is the noon of thought, And Wisdom mounts her zenith with the stars.
    Anna Letitia Barbauld

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