Great Slave Lake


noun
  1. a lake in NW Canada, in the Northwest Territories. 11,172 sq. mi. (28,935 sq. km).

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How to use Great Slave Lake in a sentence

  • Mining projects were already afoot in the country, but far to the north on Great Slave Lake.

  • We sat down for a smoke at the top of the hill, and took our last view of the Great Slave Lake.

  • Mid-afternoon next day found him circling above the shore of Great Slave Lake for a landing.

    Riddle of the Storm | Roy J. Snell
  • There is a section to the north and east of Great Slave Lake where the surface of the land is one heap of gigantic rocks.

    Riddle of the Storm | Roy J. Snell
  • Great Slave Lake, while shallow and flat toward the eastern end, is deep and bounded by great cliffs and rocks on the west.

    In to the Yukon | William Seymour Edwards

British Dictionary definitions for Great Slave Lake

Great Slave Lake

noun
  1. a lake in NW Canada, in the Northwest Territories: drained by the Mackenzie River into the Arctic Ocean. Area: 28 440 sq km (10 980 sq miles)

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