Willamette


Willamette

Willamette [wi-lam-it] Examples noun

  1. a river flowing N through NW Oregon into the Columbia River at Portland. About 290 miles (465 km) long.

Examples from the Web for willamette Contemporary Examples of willamette

  • By that May, Willamette Week, a local alt-weekly, had written an explosive exposé documenting a rampant drug culture.

    More Bogus College Stereotypes

    Kathleen Kingsbury

    July 26, 2009

  • Historical Examples of willamette

  • I am unaware why the accent is on the penult, and not on the ultimate of Willamette.

    The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 14, No. 86, December, 1864

    Various

  • I have said that I do not know why Portland was built on the Willamette.

    The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 14, No. 86, December, 1864

    Various

  • “Willamette,” said the young runner, pointing to this new river.

    The Bridge of the Gods

    Frederic Homer Balch

  • The heart of the Willamette was battle and his hand was blood.

    The Bridge of the Gods

    Frederic Homer Balch

  • Then Tla-wau-wau, chief of the Klackamas, a sub-tribe of the Willamette, rose.

    The Bridge of the Gods

    Frederic Homer Balch

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