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.With Sully into the Sioux Land | Joseph Mills Hanson
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.