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Laramie

[ lar-uh-mee ]

noun

  1. a city in SE Wyoming.
  2. Fort. Fort Laramie.
  3. a river in N Colorado and SE Wyoming, flowing NNE to the North Platte River. 216 miles (348 km) long.


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Example Sentences

He became an itinerant carpenter and helped build a shop in my backyard in Laramie.

Finds include a Clovis point that displays damage from a high-speed impact, says Todd Surovell of the University of Wyoming in Laramie, who directs work at La Prele.

It’s a good start, Wyoming’s best since opening 9-0 in 1996, but there’s still plenty to prove in Laramie.

McMillan moved out West from New York to teach, first to Laramie, then to Tucson.

I'll pay freight on yer car to Laramie, and keep up the supplies for three years.

We could go up the beaten road to Laramie, or we could cross here and take an old trail on the north side of the river for a time.

Neither of us knew that the course of the north fork ran thence far to the northwest and quite away from the trail to Laramie.

When spring came, two of their party were sent to Fort Laramie to procure needed supplies.

The rest of the party followed the north fork to fort Laramie, where it was agreed they would wait for the others to join them.

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