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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  • Laramie has always been our place for talking, and I did not like to come here.

  • On this side, we run into the little streams that form the Laramie River.

    David Lannarck, Midget

    George S. Harney

  • Laramie is closer to our place, and one less mountain range to cross.

    David Lannarck, Midget

    George S. Harney

  • That very afternoon an ambulance arrived from Laramie with Ray.

    Marion's Faith.

    Charles King

  • Then in May we began to sell to Laramie, five hundred and seventy-six miles.

    Desert Dust

    Edwin L. Sabin