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Definition for colorado (2 of 2)
OTHER WORDS FROM ColoradoCol·o·rad·an, Col·o·rad·o·an, adjective, noun
Example sentences from the Web for colorado
We’re almost all local — when people come to Colorado for tourism, they head to the mountains.
Some are archaeological sites, like Peru’s Chan Chan, the largest adobe city on Earth, and the ancestral Pueblo cliff dwellings in Colorado’s Mesa Verde National Park.Saving historical landmarks from climate change could mean altering them|By Erin Seekamp/The Conversation|November 17, 2020|Popular Science
Petite sirah and cabernet franc also perform well in Colorado.Good wine is now being made in most parts of the country. Here’s how to find it.|Dave McIntyre|November 6, 2020|Washington Post
Gray wolves haven’t roamed Colorado for more than 70 years, with the exception of occasional lone wolves and a small pack spotted this year.All the ways the 2020 election has influenced science policy so far|Kate Baggaley|November 6, 2020|Popular Science
Additionally, 20 separate states from New England to the Pacific Northwest saw record single-day increases on Thursday, with especially worrisome upticks in Maine, Iowa, Colorado, Minnesota, and Nebraska.The US hit 120,000 new COVID cases on Thursday, breaking records for the second day in a row|Sara Kiley Watson|November 6, 2020|Popular Science
Of course, Lansdale watched the 'Coloradoan,' and when he found he wasn't in it, he wouldn't send any more.
The Texan and the Coloradoan looked at each other with steel-cold eyes.Oh, You Tex!|William Macleod Raine
They were at the entrance of the "Coloradoan" building, and Lansdale took out his notebook and made a memorandum.
Something of humorous derision in his blue eyes told Farquhar that the Coloradoan did not take the girl's admiration as his due.The Highgrader|William MacLeod Raine
When you saw me I was closing a negotiation, by the terms of which the cashier of the 'Coloradoan' becomes my banker.
British Dictionary definitions for colorado
Word Origin for Colorado
Cultural definitions for colorado
State in the west-central United States in the Rocky Mountains, bordered by Wyoming and Nebraska to the north, Nebraska and Kansas to the east, Oklahoma and New Mexico to the south, and Utah to the west. Its capital and largest city is Denver.