from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- A group of 11 elongated glacial lakes in west-central New York, including Cayuga and Seneca, the largest and deepest of the lakes. The region is a major grape-growing area with many resorts and recreational facilities.
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- n. a geographical area in central New York State that is named for a series of narrow glacial lakes that lie parallel in a north-south direction
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