Examples of ravine in a Sentence
he urged his horse down into the ravine where there was a thin stream of water flowing
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Executive Director Liza McElroy said the federal organization reached that conclusion after a series of lesser measures did not prevent ravine washout during heavy rains.
The driver of a tour bus that crashed into an Alabama ravine, killing him and injuring dozens of Channelview High School band students on their way home Tuesday, died from blunt force trauma, according to a preliminary autopsy report.
First responders used ropes to rappel down the 50-foot ravine in the middle of Interstate 10 and then had to cut some of the victims from the wreckage, said Baldwin County Sheriff Huey Hoss Mack.
The bus ended up about 50 feet down the ravine, police said.
In the background of this lush ravine, the sound of rushing water is like nature’s symphony.
Volunteers walked through ravines, orchards, chicken farms.
Beware that the stairs, and the ravine, are snow- and ice-covered in winter and may be difficult to navigate.
According to lore, James leapt 20 feet across a ravine on horseback from Devil’s Gulch Peak to Palisades State Park to avoid being pursued for a bank robbery.
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First Known Use: 1687See Words from the same year
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: a small, deep, narrow valley
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