- a river in SW Alaska, flowing SW to the Bering Sea. About 724 miles (1170 km) long.
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Examples from the Web for kuskokwim
But we could not speak with them or get any information from them, for our Kuskokwim interpreter was gone.
The valley of the upper Kuskokwim was almost depopulated by it in 1906.
And you kept on for the Kuskokwim without any grub, and with no rifle!Connie Morgan in the Fur Country
James B. Hendryx
The Inkalit are neighbours of the Kuskokwim, with whom they are continually at war.The Natural History of the Varieties of Man
Robert Gordon Latham
The natives of the Kuskokwim country on the west knew it as Denalai, the god, father of the great range.The Book of the National Parks
Robert Sterling Yard
- a river in SW Alaska, rising in the Alaska Range and flowing generally southwest to Kuskokwim Bay an inlet of the Bering Sea. Length: about 970 km (600 miles)