Chelan

[ shuh-lahn ]

noun
  1. Lake, a lake in N central Washington, in the Cascade Range: one of the deepest freshwater lakes in the U.S. 55 miles (89 km) long.

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How to use Chelan in a sentence

  • By devious stages we reached the head of Lake Chelan, and there for four days the outfitting went on.

    Tenting To-night | Mary Roberts Rinehart
  • Good lots on Lake Chelan can be obtained for from five to twenty-five dollars a year, depending on their locality.

    Tenting To-night | Mary Roberts Rinehart
  • Lake Chelan, at last, and a hotel for the night, as the boat does not leave for the upper end of the lake until morning.

    Days in the Open | Lathan A. Crandall
  • Some time they will build a railroad in there, and then Lake Chelan will be easier of access, but less to be desired than now.

    Days in the Open | Lathan A. Crandall
  • Chelan looked at Jerry Markham, the Terran looked back defiantly as if he were guest instead of captive.

    Instinct | George Oliver Smith