American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A Native American people formerly inhabiting an area of the eastern shore of Puget Sound near present-day Seattle, Washington. The Duwamish became extinct as a people in the 20th century.
- n. A member of this people.
- n. The Coast Salish language of the Duwamish.
“I look at a satellite image of the area and the 1st avenue bridge is a really good subsititute for getting across the Duwamish from the South Park neighborhood.”
“BROCHER: Well we, what we found was that the river that runs through Seattle, called the Duwamish river and it flows into the Puget Sound.”
“Clearwater, Long Beach in SoCal (not to mention a huge fraction of the Bay Area), NYC, major parts of Boston and the Seattle central waterfront, Pioneer Square, SODO and the Duwamish industrial corridorr will all be under water at some point in the next century due to sea level rise.”
“The Nature Consortium is holding a forest-restoration work party in the West Duwamish Greenbelt in West Seattle.”
“Duwamish Greenbelt Forest Restoration, 8am-4pm, call for location.”
“Stay tuned for Stupor McGinn's out of the box solution: inflatable rubber duckies for ever citizen of South Park so they can swim across the Duwamish.”
“The Duwamish Basin, parts of the waterfront, lower Alki and Harbor Island are toast, but most areas would be fine.”
“Spend the day giving back to the environment and join in on the Duwamish Greenbelt Forest Restoration, one of many work parties hosted by the Nature Consortium.”
“With the closure looming, Cascade has been working with the Duwamish TMA and others to assist the residents, patrons and businesses of South Park.”
“And one of whose writers famously referred to this side of the Duwamish as "not even in the city of Seattle" justiceforall”
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