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Cayuga Lake

noun

  1. a lake in central New York: one of the Finger Lakes. 40 miles (64 km) long.


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Aurora, on Cayuga Lake, is beloved for its vineyards, historic homes, and the Inns of Aurora, a huge player in local hospitality.

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He was born near Cayuga Lake in 1749, being now ninety-six years of age.

At their feet, the waters of Cayuga Lake dimpled under the rays of the western sun.

Such a voice as Tessibel's had never been heard upon Cayuga lake.

Nearly all of the boys were good oarsmen, and by their united efforts the three boats moved swiftly over the bosom of Cayuga Lake.

“Somebody told me he was the best sailor on Cayuga Lake,” said Dale.

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