A tedious, arduous, or seemingly interminable task; often used to refer to a task imposed upon one by a person who is a "mont." Note that "mont" can also be used for other forms of nouns besides persons, such as objects that make a task unnecessarily difficult, and places that are unchill or difficult to reach.
"This application is sort of a mont"

"Driving that car is a real mont"

"Israel is a mont."
by illustrious degenerate March 18, 2005
Top Definition
To impose unwanted responsibility upon; to nag or harass someone, especially to do something they don't want to do. To harsh someone. Can also be used as a noun to indicate someone who engages in the act of "monting."
"My boss wants me to do all this work before the end of the day.. he's really monting me" or "My mom won't stop yelling at me; she's being a real mont."
by illustrious degenerate October 07, 2004
"Mont" literally meaning "mountain" in Latin and "Mount" in French, was also a name used by groups strongly believing in human progress. It can be used as short for the Montagnards ("Mountaineers") group from 18th Century France. They believe civilization is "climbing" or "ascending" to a superior future.
Forever, we follow in the ways of Mont.
by Arnie Frankenfurter May 27, 2016
Affectionate name for the state of Vermont.
I'm going home to Mont tonight.
by GreenMonter March 15, 2005
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