Definition of River Adige
1. Noun. A river in northern Italy that flows southeast into the Adriatic Sea. "Verona is on the Adige"
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Literary usage of River Adige
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1. A Typographical Gazetteer by Henry Cotton (1831)
"Roveredo, a considerable town of the Austrian states in the Tyrol, seated near the left bank of the river Adige. An Italian work of Tartarotti, printed here ..."
2. Six Months on the Italian Front: From the Stelvio to the Adriatic, 1915-1916 by Julius Mendes Price (1917)
"... dummy fortress "—Wasted labour—Interesting incident —Excursion to Ala—Lunch to the correspondents —Ingenious ferry-boat on River Adige—The Valley of the ..."
3. A New Collection of Voyages, Discoveries and Travels: Containing Whatever is by Pre-1801 Imprint Collection (Library of Congress), John Knox (1767)
"... could be laid under water, cannot be determined, as the river Adige K fome feet lower than its area, and there are no traces of aqueducts n.'ar it. ..."
4. Romances and Narratives by Daniel Defoe (1895)
"... which he did by taking possession of the city of Mantua, and of most of the towns on that side, as far as the Lake De la Guarda and the river Adige. ..."