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Definition for Indus (2 of 3)
noun, genitive In·di [in-dahy]. /ˈɪn daɪ/. Astronomy.
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Definition for Indus (3 of 3)
Example sentences from the Web for Indus
Without enough water from the Indus, which flows first through India, Pakistan may be unable to exist.
India and Pakistan will face a crisis as the glaciers that feed the Indus River shrink and disappear.
I think we need to be most worried about the insurgency beginning to jump across the Indus River, into the Punjab.
Between the Indus and the Hydaspes is Taxila, a large city, and governed by good laws.
Near the Indus is another city, Peucolaïtis.361 At this place a bridge which was constructed afforded a passage for the army.
It is said that there are altogether fifteen369 considerable rivers which flow into the Indus.
Small craw-fish387 go up as far as the mountains,388 and the larger as far as the confluence of the Indus and the Acesines.
She returned a haughty answer; and, on reaching the Indus, she erected a bridge of boats and attempted to cross.Female Warriors, Vol. I (of 2)|Ellen C. Clayton