[ wosh-i-taw, waw-shi- ]
/ ˈwɒʃ ɪˌtɔ, ˈwɔ ʃɪ- /
noun, plural Ouach·i·tas, (especially collectively) Ouach·i·ta for 2.
a river flowing SE from W Arkansas through NE Louisiana to the Red River. 605 miles (975 km) long.
a member of a former North American Indian tribe, apparently of the Caddoan stock, of NE Louisiana.
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Words nearby Ouachita
, Ouachita Mountains
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How to use Ouachita in a sentence
This Ozark-Ouachita region—by whatever name finally designated—is one with a long and varied, nay, even a poetic history.
Making their way from here they crossed the Ouachita River on the other side of Arkadelphia.
Did she know there'd been a pitched battle fought by expeditionary forces from Ouachita and Savannah Fortress?
What do you expect us to do if we quit our trade, as you call it—go into Walla Walla or Ouachita and give ourselves up?
British Dictionary definitions for Ouachita
a river in the S central US, rising in the Ouachita Mountains and flowing east, south, and southeast into the Red River in E Louisiana. Length: 974 km (605 miles)
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