watercourse

Part of speech: noun

A stream of water; river; brook.

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Usage examples "watercourse":

  1. From Three Forks to its mouth- a distance of three thousand miles- this zigzag watercourse is haunted with great memories. - "The River and I", John G. Neihardt.
  2. From roughest rock- strewn mountain side and tree- clad slope, from boulder- piled watercourse and tangled brush, they must drive in the scattered cattle. - "When A Man's A Man", Harold Bell Wright.
  3. Now, what's to hinder a man escaping by means of that watercourse? - "A Rock in the Baltic", Robert Barr.