The flat stream of air from the lips, known as the air-reed, breaks against the sharp outer edge of the embouchure.
It has, from ten to twelve miles above its embouchure into Lake Ontario, one of the finest cataracts in the world.
The banks of the river about its embouchure are bordered by highly-cultivated fields, in some parts covered with low wooded land.
It is still to be seen to the north of the embouchure of the Hellespont.
In less than ten seconds the craft entered the embouchure of the gorge, gliding downward with the velocity of an arrow.
Its source and its embouchure were alike unknown to De Soto.
For some seconds, the hunter maintains his attentive attitude—his eye sternly fixed upon the embouchure of the path.
The breath is projected into the embouchure with modulated force.
Probably, according to Teulet, the present Sandhofer-fahrt, a little below the embouchure of the Neckar.
I estimated it at about two-thirds of a mile broad at its embouchure.