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Moosehead Lake

[moos-hed] /ˈmusˌhɛd/
noun
1.
a lake in central Maine. 42 miles (68 km) long; 300 sq. mi. (780 sq. km).
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  • All streams flowing into Moosehead Lake are closed indefinitely.

    Days in the Open Lathan A. Crandall
  • Two days after, we arrived at Greenville, at the foot of Moosehead Lake.

  • Having an attack of asthma, I was sent off by myself to Moosehead Lake.

    Theodore Roosevelt Theodore Roosevelt
  • By sundown they reached one of the eastern arms of Moosehead Lake, and built a-temporary lean-to among the rocks and trees.

    The Camp in the Snow William Murray Graydon
  • Two hours later the western shore of Moosehead Lake loomed clearly before the young voyagers.

    The Camp in the Snow William Murray Graydon
  • Jackson makes Moosehead Lake to be nine hundred and sixty feet above high water in Portland harbor.

    The Maine Woods

    Henry David Thoreau
  • In the midst of their conversation, Joe suddenly 152 appealed to me to know how long Moosehead Lake was.

    The Maine Woods

    Henry David Thoreau
  • In the midst of their conversation, Joe suddenly appealed to me to know how long Moosehead Lake was.

  • Moosehead Lake is twelve miles wide at the widest place, and thirty miles long in a direct line, but longer as it lies.

    Canoeing in the wilderness Henry David Thoreau
  • During one of his periodical attacks of asthma he was sent alone to Moosehead Lake in Maine.

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