Rainy Lake

  1. a lake in N Minnesota and SW Ontario, Canada, on the U.S.-Canadian border. 360 sq. mi. (932 sq. km).

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How to use Rainy Lake in a sentence

  • Though operations were suspended for the 2020 season, the park usually runs trips out of Rainy Lake, Kabetogama, and Ash River.

  • Next morning we paddled up to the foot of a rapid which the river makes as it flows out of the Rainy Lake.

  • Two rivers flow from it, expanding here and there into small lakes, till another expanse of water is reached called Rainy Lake.

    The Western World | W.H.G. Kingston
  • It is well watered by streams tributary to Rainy Lake and Superior, and by innumerable small lakes.

    Fifty Years In The Northwest | William Henry Carman Folsom
  • It has 36been generally supposed, that the lake referred to in this tradition, is Rainy Lake, or Lake of the Woods.

    The Iowa | William Harvey Miner
  • Forcing up this rapid, we saw spreading out before us the broad waters of the Rainy Lake.

    The Great Lone Land | W. F. Butler