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During that time, it’s easy to imagine Oski romping along the riverbank and getting a drink.

Grasslike sedge meadows populate low-lying wetlands, punctuated by ponds left behind by springtime floods along the riverbanks from snow and ice that have melted upstream.

I held my breath, and in what felt like mere seconds, I was standing on a gravel riverbank with only Brian, a guide, and my backpack, watching the plane fly away.

These fast-growing seedlings struggle to break through the vegetation-stuffed riverbanks, and instead rely on floods for their first sips of water.

After a day of hiking, the participants would climb into the clear plastic pods, which were set up along a riverbank.

Barry showed me his room—a one bedroom with a killer view of Riverbank State Park and the Hudson.

Panka, we learn, doesn't have very warm clothes, and we spend a chilly night with him as he tries to sleep by a riverbank.

If the river starts drying up, those groups will need lobbyists more than ever, to defend their position on the riverbank.

At night, he would crawl to the riverbank to keep from drowning in his sleep.

The streets of London and the riverbank are packed with crowds, undeterred by the chilly day.

Probably if Lanny had made a few trips to Riverbank just then it would have made all the difference possible.

"That's Zachary Taylor," Raoul heard someone in the crowd say as he moved, now unnoticed, to stand apart on the riverbank.

The maidens reached the riverbank at the moment when Dick and Harry were finishing saddling the horses.

The hunters dismounted, and concealed themselves in the shrubs; the utmost silence prevailed on the riverbank.

We have a very nice time here playing on the riverbank in the sand.


On this page you'll find 26 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to riverbank, such as: bank, beach, border, coast, sand, and seaboard.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.