verb (used without object), gas·con·ad·ed, gas·con·ad·ing.
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OTHER WORDS FROM gasconadegas·con·ad·er, noun
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Example sentences from the Web for gasconade
From the Gasconade to the entrance of the Osage river, the south side of the river is hilly but well timbered.
The Gasconade is 200 yards wide at its entrance; it is navigable at certain seasons 100 miles.
Early next morning, at the mouth of the Gasconade, they encountered the first of the obstacles which they had been dreading.
By the time the last one had passed the Gasconade, it was evening again, and the fleet was strung out for miles up the river.
Near the mouth of Gasconade River we met the Oto steam-boat.