[ ga-rawn ]
/ gaˈrɔn /
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a river in SW France, flowing NW from the Pyrenees to the Gironde River. 350 miles (565 km) long.
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Words nearby Garonne
garnierite, garnish, garnishee, garnishment, garniture, Garonne, garote, garotte, garoupa, garpike, garret
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How to use Garonne in a sentence
Pentegot est une fort belle riviere, et peut 48 estre compare la Garonne de France.
The Pentegot is a very beautiful river, and may be compared to the Garonne in France.
What are other rivers—your Seine, and Garonne, and Tagus—compared with him?
The greater part of the department belongs to the basin of the Garonne, while a small portion in the west is drained by the Adour.
His name is associated with a method of steering balloons, and a filter for supplying Bordeaux with water from the Garonne.Heroes of the Telegraph|J. Munro
British Dictionary definitions for Garonne
/ (French ɡarɔn) /
a river in SW France, rising in the central Pyrenees in Spain and flowing northeast then northwest into the Gironde estuary. Length: 580 km (360 miles)
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