a river flowing NE from N Maine to the St. John River. 140 miles (225 km) long.
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How to use Aroostook in a sentence
Consider using Katahdin Lodge as your base camp and you’ll have direct access to the heart of Aroostook’s trails, where backcountry lakes, waterfalls, and the occasional moose await.
A story absolutely expressive of the author as we used to know him is The Lady of the Aroostook.Essays on Modern Novelists | William Lyon Phelps
His wife's be'n two or three voyages with him in the Aroostook, and he'll know just how to have Lyddy's comfort looked after.
Can you tell me where a ship named the Aroostook is, that was layin' at this wharf—Lucas Wharf—a fortnight ago, and better?
They directed him to the firm dispatching the Aroostook, and Captain Jenness was at their place when the deacon appeared there.
He presently returned, to Staniford's surprise, and scrambled up to the deck of the Aroostook.