Definition of Lakeports
1. lakeport [n] - See also: lakeport
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Lakeports
Literary usage of Lakeports
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Principles of Human Geography by Ellsworth Huntington, Sumner W. Cushing (1922)
"Hence the big seaports and lakeports grow more and more huge, so that some like New York can scarcely find room for all their buildings. ..."
2. The Tribune Almanac and Political Registerby Horace Greeley by Horace Greeley (1893)
"Indications.... I Pair. FOR MARINERS.— Storm, Cautionary and Information signals «rn displayed a v-aports and lakeports of tlin United states acoording to ..."
3. The National Cyclopaedia of American Biography: Being the History of the (1898)
"... he, in 1850, urged the establishment of an observatory, where forecasts could be collected and forwarded to the lakeports, and twenty years later, ..."
4. The Field Practice of Railway Location by Willard Beahan (1909)
"In closing the subject of New Main Line construction it is well to say that seaports or even lakeports cannot be moved to other harbors, even though quite ..."
5. Engineering as a Career: A Series of Papers by Eminent Engineers by Frederick Haynes Newell (1916)
"Forty to fifty million tons of iron ore are brought down from Lake Superior each year and unloaded at the various lakeports by immense machines which take ..."
6. Exercises in Geography by Charles Henry Leete (1899)
"None of large size. ( Map \ lakeports. — None. River towns — Ban towns. — Bangor, Augusta, Lewiston. ..."
7. McEvoy Magazine by Thomas Jefferson McEvoy (1912)
"(I). What one in Ohio? (1). 6. Name five important river ports of US (5). Five important lakeports (5). Five important seaports. (5). 7. ..."