Carmel definition by Webster's New World
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mountain ridge in NW Israel, extending as a promontory into the Mediterranean: highest point, c. 1,800 ft (549 m)
Carmel definition by American Heritage Dictionary
A city of western California on Carmel Bay at the southern end of the Monterey Peninsula. It is an artists' and writers' colony and a popular tourist spot. Population: 4,000.
A limestone ridge of northwest Israel extending about 24 km (15 mi) from the Plain of Esdraelon northwest to the Mediterranean Sea. It rises to approximately 546 m (1,790 ft).