Gros Ventre

[ groh-vahnt ]

noun
  1. a river in W central Wyoming, flowing W to the Snake River. 100 miles (161 km) long.

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How to use Gros Ventre in a sentence

  • A Gros Ventre boy saw them, but did not know what they were, so he got up from his desk and went close to the teacher.

  • We could hear the roar of the Gros Ventre as it tumbled grumblingly over its rocky bed.

    Letters on an Elk Hunt | Elinore Pruitt Stewart
  • They are better known to us by the names Minnetaree and Gros Ventre.

    Mary and I | Stephen Return Riggs
  • Passed the Gros Ventre village at noon; no game about the place.

  • The Gros Ventre woman had been there once in her wanderings and had seen some heavy metal.

    The Covered Wagon | Emerson Hough