a river in W Papua New Guinea, flowing southeast to the Gulf of Papua. Length : about 1300 km (800 miles)
→ the Hué River
a river bed left dry because the river has changed its course
a river in the S central US, flowing east from N Texas through Arkansas into the Mississippi in Louisiana . Length : 1639 km (1018 miles)
A river bed is the ground which a river flows over.
a small inflatable single-seat craft that resembles an armchair
the fifth and final community card to be dealt in a round of Texas hold ' em
Something that is moving up-river is moving towards the source of a river, from a point down the river. Something that is up-river is towards the source of a river.
a river in N Canada, flowing northeast through Nunavut to the Arctic Ocean . Length: about 966 km (600 miles)
a state of SE Nigeria, on the Gulf of Guinea . Capital: Calabar . Pop: 2 888 966 (2006). Area: 20 156 sq km (7782 sq miles)
Something that is moving down-river is moving towards the mouth of a river, from a point further up the river. Something that is down-river is towards the mouth of a river.
strait in SE N. Y ., connecting Long Island Sound and Upper New York Bay and separating Manhattan Island from Long Island: 16 mi (25.7 km) long
seaport in SE Mass .: pop. 92,000
a river in the western US, rising in W central Wyoming and flowing south into Utah, east through NW Colorado, re-entering Utah before joining the Colorado River. Length: 1175 km (730 miles)
lower course of the Hudson River, between New York City & NE N. J .
a river in W Canada, rising in British Columbia as the Finlay River and flowing northeast into the Slave River. Length: 1715 km (1065 miles)
a river in central Mississippi, flowing southwest and south to the Gulf of Mexico . Length: 789 km (490 miles)
A river bank is the land along the edge of a river.
A river basin is the area of land from which all the water flows into a particular river.
a freshwater fish
the source of a river
a North American otter, Lutra canadensis, with brown and silver fur, native to streams and lakes in the U.S. and Canada
→ the English name for the (Río de la) Plata
river in SC Ariz., flowing into the Gila River: c . 200 mi (322 km)
a river in W Canada, in the Northwest Territories and NE Alberta, flowing from Lake Athabaska northwest to Great Slave Lake. Length : about 420 km (260 miles)
a river in the northwestern US, rising in NW Wyoming and flowing west through Idaho, turning north as part of the border between Idaho and Oregon, and flowing west to the Columbia River near Pasco, Washington . Length: 1670 km (1038 miles)
a river in SE Australia, rising in SE New South Wales : waters diverted through a system of dams and tunnels across the watershed into the Murray and Murrumbidgee Rivers for hydroelectric power and to provide water for irrigation. Length: 426 km (265 miles)
Ural River river flowing from the S section of the Urals into the N end of the Caspian Sea: 1,575 mi (2,535 km)
river flowing from NW Ark . through S Mo . into the Mississippi : 690 mi (1,110 km)
a river in SE Australia, rising in the Great Dividing Range and flowing west and southwest through Melbourne to Port Phillip Bay . Length: 250 km (155 miles)
a river in NW North America, rising in NW Canada on the border between Yukon and British Columbia : flows northwest into Alaska, US, and then southwest to the Bering Sea; navigable for about 2850 km (1775 miles) to Whitehorse . Length: 3185 km (1979 miles)
a river in SE China, in S Guangdong province, flowing southeast from Canton (Guangzhou) to the South China Sea. Length: about 177 km (110 miles)
a river in SE Australia, rising in the Eastern Highlands and flowing southwest to the Murray River. Length: 2740 km (1702 miles)
tidal river separating Manhattan Island from the Bronx &, with Spuyten Duyvil Creek, connecting the East River with the Hudson : c. 8 mi (12.9 km)
a river in E New York State, flowing generally south into Upper New York Bay : linked to the Great Lakes, the St Lawrence Seaway, and Lake Champlain by the New York State Barge Canal and the canalized Mohawk River. Length: 492 km (306 miles)
the activity or sport of rafting down fast-flowing rivers on a small inflatable single-seat craft, a river bug, that resembles an armchair
any freshwater cetacean of the family Platanistidae, inhabiting rivers of North and South America and S Asia. They are smaller than marine dolphins and have a longer narrower snout
a river mouth
the sport of fishing in rivers
Lampetra fluviatilis; a jawless fish
a river in central Canada, in N central Manitoba, flowing from Lake Winnipeg northeast to Hudson Bay . Length: about 650 km (400 miles)
the boats that sail on a river
river in central Tenn., flowing into the Cumberland : c . 60 mi (97 km)
the second longest river in China, rising in SE Qinghai and flowing east, south, and east again to the Gulf of Bohai south of Tianjin ; it has changed its course several times in recorded history . Length: about 4350 km (2700 miles)
a river in the southern US, rising in NE New Mexico and flowing east to the Arkansas River in E Oklahoma . Length: 1458 km (906 miles)
a river in N South Africa, rising north of Johannesburg and flowing north-westerly into the Marico River on the Botswanan border ; a tributary of the Limpopo
→ the Hamilton River
a river in E Canada, in S Quebec, rising in Lake Champlain and flowing north to the St Lawrence River. Length: 338 km (210 miles)