Definition of Don river
1. Noun. A European river in southwestern Russia; flows into the Sea of Azov.
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Don River
Literary usage of Don river
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1. History of the Settlement of Upper Canada (Ontario): With Special Reference by William Canniff (1869)
"... to Huron—By Bay Quinte and Trent; by don river— Lake Simcoe—Point Traverse—Loyalists—Traveling by the St. Lawrence— First road—Long remembered event. ..."
2. Australia Pilot by United States Hydrographic Office (1920)
"Although there is no bar at the entrance of the don river, there are only 4 ... Assistance may be obtained from the heads of don river by sending a boat on ..."
3. The American Geologist: A Monthly Journal of Geology and Allied Sciences by Newton Horace Winchell (1904)
"The locality in question is the extreme eastern part of the don river, where the river sharply changes its course from the eastern direction to the ..."
4. The New World: Problems in Political Geography by Isaiah Bowman (1921)
"The soil east of the don river is more suitable for grazing than for farming. The soil west of the Don is a deep, black, rich loam. ..."
5. Annual Report of the City Engineer by Toronto City Engineer's Dept (1902)
"don river AND HARBOR IMPROVEMENT. Nothing has yet been done by the Government towards the extension of the don river into Ashbridge's Bay. nor the ..."
6. Cases Decided During the Sessions by the Court of Referees on Private Bills by Frederick Clifford, Arthur George Rickards (1876)
"... (5) the petitioners have no interest in the waters of the Little don river entitling; them to be heard; (6) the mills, Ac., belonging to the petitioners ..."
7. The Living Age by Making of America Project, Eliakim Littell, Robert S. Littell (1844)
"The writer tells us about the habits and the songs of the don river. ... During our two trips along the northern don river, I did not meet a single man who ..."