noun, plural ri·vières [riv-ee-airz, ri-vyairz; French ree-vyer] /ˌrɪv iˈɛərz, rɪˈvyɛərz; French riˈvyɛr/.
- riviera beach,
- rivinus gland,
- rivinus incisure,
- rivière du loup,
Origin of rivière
Examples from the Web for riviere
An arrow of ice shot through young Riviere; and then came a feeling of death at his heart, a new symptom in his young life.
Young Riviere inquired what ground of offence they had given HIM.
Riviere could do good work when he took pains; but he was unequal and uncertain.The Book-Collector|William Carew Hazlitt
Riviere, not wholly ingenuously, undertook to explain to Jimmy the triumph of the French mechanicians.Dubliners|James Joyce
She had heard of De la Riviere's visit to Valmond, and she intended sending for him, but delayed it.When Valmond Came to Pontiac, Complete|Gilbert Parker