[ waw-bash ]
/ ˈwɔ bæʃ /
a river flowing from W Ohio through Indiana, along part of the boundary between Indiana and Illinois, into the Ohio River. 475 miles (765 km) long.
a city in N Indiana.
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How to use Wabash in a sentence
Spring stole into the heart of the Wabash country and the sap sang again in maples and elms.
These did not strike him favorably, and he was more than ever convinced that the Wabash Valley was the garden spot of the world.
I've got a quarter section of as good land as there is in the Wabash bottoms, and I don't owe a dollar on it.
It had been many years since anybody on the Wabash had dared Deacon Klegg to a match in fisticuffs.
British Dictionary definitions for Wabash
a river in the E central US, rising in W Ohio and flowing west and southwest to join the Ohio River in Indiana. Length: 764 km (475 miles)
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