[ ah-poo-re ]
/ ɑˈpu rɛ /
a river flowing E from W Venezuela to the Orinoco. about 500 miles (805 km) long.
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Words nearby Apure
, APUD cell
, a punta d'arco
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How to use Apure in a sentence
Adopting a desultory system of warfare, he obliged them to recross the Apure, having lost half their original numbers.
This roaring noise was distinctly heard where the river Nula falls into the Apure, which is more than 100 leagues from Caraccas.
And here again this river joins the great Apure, which, in its turn, runs into the Orinoco.
But Bolivar had no boats, and the Apure at this point was wide and deep.
British Dictionary definitions for Apure
a river in W Venezuela, rising in the Andes and flowing east to the Orinoco. Length: about 676 km (420 miles)
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