OTHER WORDS FROM WyomingWy·o·ming·ite [wahy-oh-ming-ahyt], /waɪˈoʊ mɪŋˌaɪt/, noun
Words nearby Wyoming
How to use Wyoming in a sentence
One co-op serves customers in Maine, another in Wisconsin, and the third operates in Idaho and Montana and will move into Wyoming next year.
The insurer is moving into Wyoming for 2021, which will end the Blue Cross plan monopoly in that state’s Obamacare marketplace, he said.
Seven states, meanwhile—including Florida, Texas, and Wyoming—don’t levy a personal income tax at all.COVID-19 has another long-term side effect: A shrinking tax base|cleaf2013|August 31, 2020|Fortune
A 2011 investigation by Reuters found that Pitts was listed as “a director, president or principal for at least 41 companies” registered at a single address in Wyoming.Federal Prosecutors Have Steve Bannon’s Murky Nonprofit in Their Sights|by Yeganeh Torbati|August 24, 2020|ProPublica
Born and raised in Jackson, Wyoming, Kira Brazinski has a great love for the outdoors.
Kansas, Nebraska, Wyoming, Idaho, and Utah will never come anywhere close to being purple.
Former Wyoming Senator Alan Simpson-- the Simpson half of Simpson-Mazzoli-- blames the Right along with the Left.
In the other 10 percent of Wyoming, wolf-hunting season opened that same day.
Nobody knows how many, but it was reported that Wyoming plans to put out as many as 60 permits the first season.
No state—not Utah, not Wyoming, not Idaho—has gone nearly that long sending only Republicans to the Senate.A Loss by Pat Roberts in Kansas? Actually, Not So Bizarre|Jeff Greenfield|October 3, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Wyoming breezes are always going somewhere at the rate of from thirty to sixty miles an hour.
To the hitching-rails, at all times of the day, were tied ponies patiently turning their tails to the Wyoming breezes.
This was one of the choicest regions of Wyoming, so widely celebrated for its grazing facilities.
It has already been made clear that little was to be apprehended from the hostility of the red men in Wyoming.
There had been rumors for years among the cattlemen of Southwestern Wyoming of a cavern in the canyon which was studded with gold.
British Dictionary definitions for Wyoming
Cultural definitions for Wyoming
State in the western United States bordered by Montana to the north, South Dakota and Nebraska to the east, Colorado and Utah to the south, and Idaho to the west. Its capital is Cheyenne, and its largest city is Casper.