Little Missouri


noun
  1. a river in the NW United States, rising in NE Wyoming and flowing NE into the Missouri through N Dakota. 560 miles (900 km) long.

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How to use Little Missouri in a sentence

  • They were nearing the hill country lying between the Knife and the Little Missouri, full of precipices and deep ravines.

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  • He was, in fact, not a sight to awaken sympathy in the minds of such inhabitants as Little Missouri possessed.

  • This was not unnatural, for Frank was the social center of Little Missouri and was immensely popular.

  • (p. 062) The population of Little Missouri did not exhibit any noticeable warmth toward him or his dream.

  • It occurred to him that it would be the part of wisdom to conciliate Little Missouri's hostile population.