riverine

[ riv-uh-rahyn, -reen, -er-in ]SEE DEFINITION OF riverine

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The distinction is an odd one, but it holds good in the riverine mind.

The sign of peace with these riverine natives appears to be the pouring of water on their heads with their hands.

Amongst these, as amongst the Moxo and so many other riverine tribes in Amazonia, a slow transformation is in progress.

This egg-laying operation is a grand affair for the riverine Indians of the Amazon and its tributaries.

The riverine villages had all been deserted, and the tributary down which he had travelled was at all times little frequented.

From Rivoli to Friedland his career abounds in examples of riverine tactics.

The men were drenched and caked with the riverine clay, the very rifles were often choked.

Subterranean passages ran to the Seine from No. 30, and some other riverine houses.

But the day seems distant when it will be truly competitive in price with riverine sources in regions of adequate rainfall.

At night the tropical moon turned all this riverine world to the likeness of a very fairyland.

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