American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A river of eastern New Mexico and western Texas flowing about 1,490 km (926 mi) south and southeast to the Rio Grande.
- n. a tributary of the Rio Grande that flows southeastward from New Mexico through western Texas
“When I was growing up in Pecos, TX, there was Al's Drive-In.”
“Her funeral was in Pecos and burial in Florence (near Belton).”
“In June my great-aunt passed away in Pecos, TX and I headed back home for the funeral - I had just been there a few weeks before for vacation.”
“Esmeralda - I spend lots of time and know lots of folks in Pecos ...”
“We lived in Pecos twice as children, and of course the Pecos Bill stories were Bill's favorite.”
“This train did not go all the way to Conejo, but left one at a junction called Pecos where twice a week if convenient for all parties a smaller train rattled its way across the plain and into the mountains among which Conejo nestled.”
“It was Lester's rover, "Pecos," and it was a full-size sombrero.”
“Yes | No | Report from Pecos Flats wrote 26 weeks 20 hours ago”
“Oh, and I read "An Enigmatic New Lambeosaurine Hadrosaur (Reptilia: Dinosauria) from the Upper Shale Member of the Campanian Aguja Formation of Trans-Pecos Texas," a weird beast named Angulomastacator daviesi, known thus far only from its boomerang-shaped maxilla bone.”
“They were the first wine-makers to anchor what is becoming known as winery row on Pecos Street.”
Looking for tweets for Pecos.