American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Lake of theOzarks A lake of central Missouri formed by Bagnell Dam (completed 1931) on the Osage River.
- n. Plural form of Ozark.
- n. an area of low mountains in northwestern Arkansas and southeastern Missouri and northeastern Oklahoma
“Selling business machines in the Ozarks was a challenge, but Mr. Opel did well enough that IBM gave him a new job monitoring manufacturing operations.”
“Call the Ozarks "middle America" if you have to, but don't call it middlebrow.”
“His grandparents were fairly lucky, having a dairy farm, and even if it wasn't selling, they at least always had fresh milk and butter; they even had an apple orchard, as Granpa Jack was fond of saying the Ozarks were the best hills in the world for growing sweet apples.”
“I always thought that College of the Ozarks was a very progressive institution.”
“The novel is set here in Redding, in what I like to call the Ozarks of California, and my wife assures me it will get us tarred, feathered and run out of town on a rail.”
“The copperhead is plentiful here if you get to rocky areas, especially camping areas of the cons.dept. in Ozarks.”
“The Ozarks were a particularly bleak place in the 1870s.”
“With the opening of a retail store in downtown Petaluma and the publication of Gettle's first book, "The Heirloom Life Gardener" Hyperion, 2011, this entrepreneur from the Ozarks is the rising star of the seed-saving movement.”
“The sale price was announced on Monday by the Community Foundation of the Ozarks, which is overseeing fund-raising for more than 20 different needs in Joplin, including school buildings and supplies.”
“Well, hiking trails in the Ozarks are a great place to start.”
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