Definition of Ozarks
1. Noun. An area of low mountains in northwestern Arkansas and southeastern Missouri and northeastern Oklahoma.
Group relationships: Ar, Arkansas, Land Of Opportunity
Generic synonyms: Chain, Chain Of Mountains, Mountain Chain, Mountain Range, Range, Range Of Mountains
Definition of Ozarks
1. Noun. (plural of Ozark) ¹
¹ Source: wiktionary.com
Lexicographical Neighbors of Ozarks
Literary usage of Ozarks
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Geography of Illinois by Douglas Clay Ridgley (1921)
"The topography, climate, and soil of certain portions of the Illinois Ozarks are well adapted to fruit growing, and orchards have been developed with profit ..."
2. Highways and Byways of the Mississippi Valley by Clifton Johnson (1913)
"... to heights sufficiently lofty to be called mountains is in western Missouri. Here are the Ozarks. The name has a savage resonance very suggestive of ..."
3. A History of Missouri from the Earliest Explorations and Settlements Until by Louis Houck (1908)
"... Located—In St. Francois Basin and on Slopes of the Ozarks—Large Mound of Pemiscot County—Description of Various Mounds in Southeast Counties—Mounds in ..."
4. The Conservation of Natural Resources in the United States by Charles Richard Van Hise (1918)
"THE APPALACHIAN RANGES, ALLEGHANY PLATEAUS, AND Ozarks The third of the great land provinces of the country is a region of mountains and plateaus. ..."
5. Bulletin by School of Mines and Metallurgy, University of Missouri (1914)
"... while today ten to fifty employes are required to look after the same end. THE CHARM OF THE Ozarks. From a paper by Mrs. Amy R. Haight, ..."
6. Biennial Report by Kansas State Horticultural Society, British Soviet Friendship Society (1922)
"In the Ozarks they use it to decided advantage. Go into New Mexico and west Texas where they have a great deal of wind and the dust spray would be in Canada ..."
7. Centennial History of Missouri: (the Center State) One Hundred Years in the by Walter Barlow Stevens (1921)
"... Solo's Search for Silver in the Ozarks—Later Came Antonio and then Renault—The Mississippi Bubble and Missouri Silver—Traditions of Hidden Mines— . ..."