Drina


Drina

Drina [dree-nuh, -nah] Examples noun

  1. a river in S Europe, flowing N along the part of the border between Serbia and Bosnia and Herzegovina to the Sava River at Belgrade, Serbia. 285 miles (459 km) long.

Examples from the Web for drina Historical Examples of drina

  • A flanking column, coming from the Drina, had arrived at Slepehevitch.

    The Story of the Great War, Volume II (of VIII)

    Various

  • The ‘Drina’ was built at Cowes about the same time, but she was designed simply as a 32-ft.

    Yachting Vol. 1

    Various.

  • They are beginning to advance across the Drina toward Valjevo.

    Under Fire For Servia

    Colonel James Fiske

  • Drina when you are serious, Patsie when you are trying to upset sleighs.

    Making Money

    Owen Johnson

  • “Drina—dear child,” he said in a whisper that was wrenched from his soul.

    Making Money

    Owen Johnson

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