Examples of bayou in a Sentence
a small creek that is the bayou of a larger stream
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Along the bayou, workers navigate marsh buggy excavators building containment dikes.
Fingernail-sized hail spattered the tents for a short time as low spots in the land along the bayou filled with a few inches of water.
Researchers are using a model to find ways to halt alarming land loss in the lower Louisiana bayou.
Two brothers from LaPlace were killed early Sunday morning (Feb. 11) after Louisiana State Police say their vehicle crashed into a bayou in St. James Parish, L'Observateur reports.
Police received a call about the body in the bayou around 7:10 a.m. A dive team is on its way to the scene, at 5830 Old Spanish Trail in the Gulfgate area, police said.
The four slaying victims included 20-year-old Inez Deaton, a friend of Bible’s cousin who was found on the banks of a Houston bayou in 1979.
Bible received lethal injection Wednesday evening for the death of 20-year-old Inez Deaton, whose body was found on the banks of a Houston bayou.
The marina project is at a location in the bayou that was part of the 54-acre Bayou Bonfouca Superfund site.
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Definition of bayou for English Language Learners
: an area of water in the southern U.S. in which the water moves very slowly and is filled with many plants
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