Bayous [noun]

Definition of Bayous:

swampy outlet

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Sentence/Example of Bayous:

They were located on a lake, which communicates with the branch of Red-river passing Bayou Pierre.

Next instant the placid water of the bayou was beaten into showers of spray, which gleamed silver in the brilliant moonlight.

He remembered my reasoning in the boat coming down the bayou.

Hiding the boat in another bayou, we took our way home on foot.

Professor Newland, Beth and I went up the bayou with them that morning they left.

The vehicle in which she had come was still on the island up the bayou.

Miela was dressed now as I had first seen her on the Florida bayou.

The bank was a parapet, behind which the gunboats crouched, firing up the bayou as through an embrasure.

At Cross Bayou, Louisiana, they were again called into action, and suppressed the guerrilla bands who preyed on all alike.

She liked to see him looking more important, more dignified, than Bayou or Papalier had ever appeared in her eyes.