3 Metaphors for carmel

Mount Carmel is the southern boundary of the Bay of Acre, on Acca, as it is called by the Turks; its height is about fifteen hundred feet, and at its foot, north, runs the brook Kishon, and a little further north the river Belus.

Carmel was no fool even if she had wild and demoniacal moments.

Mount Carmel is a high promontory, forming the termination of a range of hills running northwest from the plain of Esdraelon.

3 Metaphors for  carmel