Definitions

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

  • For the names of actual lakes, see the specific element of the name; for example, Erie, Lake; Lucerne, Lake of; Lomond, Loch.

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Examples

  • If no one told you it was a lake, the 118 by 307 mile Lake

    Does Your Dog Play Well With Others?

  • ANTHONY LAKE: National Security AdviserCamera-shy, a former Carter aide and cattle farmer, Lake has shed his "dovish" rep and redefined this usually high-profile foreign-policy role, refusing to appear on the Sunday-morning talk shows and saving his counsel for the president.

    Slow Motion

  • It was a manmade lake, and it comes in from Meer (ph) Lake and then goes out Lake Delton, down into the river, which we never thought this would happen.

    CNN Transcript Jun 10, 2008

  • I have also been, upon return home, invested with a quest by justbeast: this summer, I am to visit every island on the lake, except the ones which are owned by others and off limits, and bury a stone I have painted myself there, and then I shall be a Lady of the Lake right and proper, and Erie and I will understand each other.

    World's End

  • Although the BBC graphic shows the river higher than the lake makes sense — the river drains down hill to the Gulf – Lake level I think politicians felt there was less to fear from the lake side.

    New Orleans and George Marshall « Climate Audit

  • This is a lake that's famous for saltwater fishing called Saving (ph) Lake.

    CNN Transcript Sep 22, 2005

  • I shall be able to travel from the lake, in your boat, up the River Lufira, to Lake

    How I Found Livingstone

  • Mr. RICHBURG: Yeah, I think -- Kenya, and you go over to the -- go over to the west, and you'll hit into -- and then go down by the lake there, by Lake

    Out of America: A Black Man Confronts Africa

  • He said toxic sludge from a water works nearby the lake was being washed into it as a result of the recent spilling of Lake

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • She slept, one arm across her eyes, and dreamed of Lancelot and his lake, and the Lady of the Lake and Arthur's sword, dripping with water, then with blood.

    Mary Queen Of Scotland And The Isles

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