bayou

[ bahy-oo, bahy-oh ]SEE DEFINITION OF bayou

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He was asleep; had gone to sleep calling her "Maman" and babbling of wild-fowl on the bayou.

The house had floated out of a bayou, I found, which was the reason we did not see it sooner.

On the 13th they came to the banks of a wide creek or bayou, which they had no means of crossing.

The enemy was strongly posted in a wood at a bend in the Bayou.

“Now you will come with me,” said Bayou to Papalier, impatiently.

Bayou saw at once that this was the best plan he could adopt.

Bayou was only attorney to the Breda estate, and had no one but himself to care for.

The name of this bayou is Atchafalaya, or as it is commonly called, Chaffalio.

The next encampment of our hunters was upon the Bayou Crocodile.

The tent was set near the bank of the bayou, where the ground was dry and high.

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