Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • A river, about 1,126 km (700 mi) long, of northern Democratic Republic of the Congo, flowing westward as a tributary of the Ubangi River.

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Examples

  • Other towns in Orientale Province attacked by the LRA of late include Niangara, Dungu, and Ango in the Haut and Bas Uele districts.

    LRA Rebel Attacks Surge in Northeastern DRC

  • From 'death camps' to cordon sanitaire: The development of sleeping sickness policy in the Uele district of the Belgian Congo, 1903-1914 by Maryinez Lyons

    Democratic Party Risks Losing Its Base

  • By evening Uele thought he had now made the boat, but when he wanted to get into it, he had nothing but wooden bowls.

    Household Tales

  • The next day Seame went into the forest, but everything went with him just as it had done with Uele.

    Household Tales

  • Uele gave him for answer, “Wooden bowls for the kitchen.”

    Household Tales

  • Then the father sent the next son, who was called Seame, but all went with him just as it had gone with Uele.

    Household Tales

  • Seame went into the forest, but everything went with him just as it had done with Uele.

    Household Tales by Brothers Grimm

  • At length Uele arrived at the palace, and made it known that he had brought apples which would cure the King's daughter if she ate them.

    Household Tales by Brothers Grimm

  • Then the father sent Uele into the forest to make a boat of that kind.

    Household Tales by Brothers Grimm

  • When he had gone a short way he met a little iron man who asked him what he had there in the basket, to which replied Uele, for so was he named,

    Household Tales by Brothers Grimm

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