North Platte


noun
  1. a river flowing from N Colorado through SE Wyoming and W Nebraska into the Platte. 618 miles (995 sq. km) long.

  2. a city in central Nebraska.

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How to use North Platte in a sentence

  • At least the KFC in North Platte has done good, though the novel coronavirus could change things.

  • At four o'clock we began the descent into the valley of the Michigan fork of the North Platte.

    Bill's School and Mine | William Suddards Franklin
  • For her North Platte, “strictly moral,” and the guardianship of her broad 20 motherly wing I had no ardent feeling.

    Desert Dust | Edwin L. Sabin
  • We get to North Platte after plumb dark, and you hang onto my skirts right up town, till I land you in a good place.

    Desert Dust | Edwin L. Sabin
  • Without regrets I abandoned my former seat-mate to her disappointment when she waked at North Platte.

    Desert Dust | Edwin L. Sabin