Examples of bayou in a Sentence
a small creek that is the bayou of a larger stream
Recent Examples of bayou from the Web
Come April, Paul will pull his Mo Pete and fire his shot, 10 years in the making and 400 miles down the bayou.
Model Doutzen Kroes and family take a few for a stroll (and a paddle) through the Louisiana bayou.
Ladell and John Harris thought their house would be safe built on 12-foot stilts by a nearby bayou, but when Hurricane Harvey made landfall, their home was swallowed by the floodwaters.
Arcade Fire on the bayou: The band's new Mardi Gras parade seems OK ... or not? Y'all hear the news about the new Arcade Fire Mardi Gras krewe?
More than 60 restaurants opened last year, with cuisine from across the globe: Germany, Mexico, Japan, India and right down the bayou.
Piles of garbage and soggy furniture sat next to the gnarled remains of a fence separating the bayou from the complex.
Corrections & Amplifications Houston’s downtown theater district is just feet from a bayou.
The financial impact is compounded by the fact he wasn't required to carry flood insurance, despite the home being near a bayou.
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Origin and Etymology of bayou
First Known Use: 1763See Words from the same year
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