confluence

[ kon-floo-uhns ]SEE DEFINITION OF confluence

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That river has a cataract or fall, at about an hundred and fifty leagues from its confluence.

He also bewailed the fact that he had been born at what he called the confluence of Hugo and Balzac.

The confluence of the Oostanaula and Etowa at this point forms the Coosa.

His dwelling is far off, "at the confluence of the streams."

Kercha, one of the four streams forming the confluence of streams, 506.

Then they took me and placed me in the distance, at the confluence of the streams.

Karun, one of the four streams forming the confluence of streams, 506.

Later we find them at the confluence of the Wolf and the Fox.

But I think I heard you mention a village at the confluence of these rivers.

It was my fortune to witness the confluence of two of these descendant bodies.

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