Usk


Usk

Usk [uhsk] Examples noun

  1. a river flowing S and SE from SE Wales through SW England into the Severn estuary. 60 miles (97 km) long.

Examples from the Web for usk Historical Examples of usk

  • The preface is dated “Newton by Usk this first of October 1651.”

    Poems of Henry Vaughan, Silurist, Volume II

    Henry Vaughan

  • One afternoon we went to the churchyard overlooking the Usk.

    The Story of My Life, volumes 4-6

    Augustus J. C. Hare

  • “But then you always digest all you eat,” Usk remarks to him, enviously.

    A House-Party

    Ouida

  • “They are conspiring for the ruin of your family,” says Usk, with a groan.

    A House-Party

    Ouida

  • Usk laughs a little crossly as she comes to the end of her breathless sentences.

    A House-Party

    Ouida

  • British Dictionary definitions for usk Usk noun

    1. a river in SE Wales, flowing southeast and south to the Bristol Channel. Length: 113 km (70 miles)

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