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rivulet

rivulet

rivulet Sentence Examples

  • For eight months of the year the Jumna shrinks to the dimensions of a mere rivulet, meandering through a waste of sand.

  • To the south the rivulet of the Mance soon forms a formidable obstacle as its bed cuts its way through the sandstone.

  • Now, however, Lake Managua is almost a closed basin in the dry season, when the stream in parts of the Panaloya channel sinks to a mere rivulet.

  • The honour has also been claimed, not without plausibility, for the Runa rivulet.

  • The extreme source of the Beni is the little river La Paz, which rises in the inter-Andean region, a few miles southeast of Lake Titicaca, and flows as a rivulet through the Bolivian city of La Paz.

  • A ribbon of black laced the thick rivulet of her blood.

  • rivulet of gasoline is running toward an upturned car.

  • It is a large and handsome mansion, with beautiful pleasure grounds crossed by a small rivulet.

  • A bridge crosses the rivulet on the site of the ancient stone ford, which gave name to the village.

  • When it flowed this rivulet was reputed to mark the ancient boundary between the parishes of Cardiff and Llandaf.

  • The ditch alongside the footpath known as Gypsy Lane has become a rivulet in its own right.

  • A small rivulet arches over a cliff, the movement of sun on water spring leaves in a light breeze.

  • On the left hand, almost close to the high road, I met with a singularly clear rivulet.

  • lat.), the boundary line between Brazil and Uruguay passes up that rivulet and across to the most southerly tributary of Lake Mirim, thence down the western shore of that lake to the Jaguarao and up that river to its most southerly source.

  • It is planted in terraces on the mountain slopes; shady trees, such as tamarind and fig, are planted in the border as a protection from the sun, and the terraces are irrigated by channels led from a neighbouring rivulet or spring.

  • For eight months of the year the Jumna shrinks to the dimensions of a mere rivulet, meandering through a waste of sand.

  • To the south the rivulet of the Mance soon forms a formidable obstacle as its bed cuts its way through the sandstone.

  • "rivulet," which is, therefore, distinct in origin from "river," though probably the sense of rives influenced the Med.

  • In valleys where they have been rashly cut away, and the waters pour down the slopes unchecked, every tiny rivulet becomes a raging torrent, that carries off the grassy slopes and devastates the floor of the valley, covering the soil with gravel and debris.

  • Now, however, Lake Managua is almost a closed basin in the dry season, when the stream in parts of the Panaloya channel sinks to a mere rivulet.

  • For a region with such a small amount of rainfall the rivers are numerous, but none of the streams is navigable, and in many of them during the dry season (and in some of them because of broken stratification) the water in places disappears entirely beneath the sandy bed, and after flowing underground for some distance, breaks out afresh farther on as a river, rivulet or spring.

  • The honour has also been claimed, not without plausibility, for the Runa rivulet.

  • The extreme source of the Beni is the little river La Paz, which rises in the inter-Andean region, a few miles southeast of Lake Titicaca, and flows as a rivulet through the Bolivian city of La Paz.

  • One car 's fuel tank has burst and a rivulet of gasoline is running toward an upturned car.

  • It is a large and handsome mansion, with beautiful pleasure grounds crossed by a small rivulet.

  • A bridge crosses the rivulet on the site of the ancient stone ford, which gave name to the village.

  • When it flowed this rivulet was reputed to mark the ancient boundary between the parishes of Cardiff and Llandaf.

  • The ditch alongside the footpath known as Gypsy Lane has become a rivulet in its own right.

  • A small rivulet arches over a cliff, the movement of sun on water spring leaves in a light breeze.

  • On the left hand, almost close to the high road, I met with a singularly clear rivulet.

  • Only a thin rivulet of water came from the faucet, making it difficult to wash the dishes.

  • The kids could spend hours playing around the rivulet running in the woods behind their home.

  • What was once a large river is now a tiny rivulet because of the drought.

  • What was once a large river is now a tiny rivulet because of the drought?

  • It was so hot and humid a rivulet of sweat was running down my back.

  • A good plant for the bog garden, or for moist spots near a rivulet, in soft peat.

  • It is suitable for the bog garden or for moist ground near a rivulet.

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