tributaries[ trib-yuh-ter-ee ]SEE DEFINITION OF tributaries
Synonyms for tributaries
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR TRIBUTARIES
And henceforward they became subjects and tributaries of Athens.
They stopped for the evening just within the mouth of one of the chasm's tributaries.
The northern portion is watered by the River La Plata and its tributaries.
But even then he was but little aware how magnificent was the realm which these tributaries watered.
Every one knows that all the kings of Europe were his tributaries.
From time to time it gave forth its tributaries, yet seemingly was undiminished.
Surely in all its forks and tributaries it was and is the Beautiful River.
The spring or origin of a stream or river, or at least one of the tributaries of supply.
Such a hunt I myself witnessed on one of the tributaries of the Amazon.
And these kings have kings under them, and all are tributaries to Prester John.