Definition of Bayous

1. Noun. (plural of bayou) ¹

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Definition of Bayous

1. bayou [n] - See also: bayou

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bayous

baylisascariasis
baylissite
bayman
baymen
bayonet
bayonet forceps
bayonet hair
bayoneted
bayoneting
bayonetings
bayonets
bayonetted
bayonetting
bayonettings
bayou
bayous (current term)
bayplan
bayplans
bays
bayside
bayt
bayted
bayting
bayts
baywood
baywoods
baza
bazaar
bazaarlike
bazaars

Literary usage of Bayous

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1. Personal Memoirs of U.S. Grant by Ulysses Simpson Grant (1885)
"The effort to make a waterway through Lake Providence and the connecting bayous was abandoned as wholly impracticable about the same time. ..."

2. Lessons in the History of Louisiana: From Its Earliest Settlement to the by John Bull Smith Dimitry (1877)
"The great number of bayous to be found within its limits. ... Along the banks of bayous—which are not very far apart, either, as a rule—the trees seem, ..."

3. Survey of Oyster Bottoms in Matagorda Bay, Texas by United States Bureau of Fisheries, Henry Frank Moore (1907)
"SHORES AND bayous. Above Dressing Point there is a practically continuous fringe of scattering oysters along shore and in the bayous, a condition which also ..."

4. The Civil War in Song and Story: 1860-1865 by Frank Moore (1889)
"There was a putting revolvers in order, donning fatigue suits, leaving hastily written letters behind. swamps and bayous, returned and took a new course. ..."

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