Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • A river rising in northeast Indiana and flowing about 210 km (130 mi) east and northeast to Lake Erie at Toledo, Ohio.

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Examples

  • They then paddled on to the Maumee River, stopping at the French post at the head of the portage to the Great Miami before crossing overland to Pickawillany.

    George Washington’s First War

  • It had a French rival, Fort Miami on the Maumee River, whose commandant complained that “the English spare nothing to keep them the Indians and draw away the remainder of those who are here.”

    George Washington’s First War

  • Indiana officials have installed a 1,177-foot chain link fence measuring eight feet high, with a 494-foot debris catch fence to prevent the transfer of Asian carp between the Wabash River and Maumee River.

    Mark Biel: One If by Land, Two If by Sea

  • It had a French rival, Fort Miami on the Maumee River, whose commandant complained that “the English spare nothing to keep them the Indians and draw away the remainder of those who are here.”

    George Washington’s First War

  • Indiana officials have installed a 1,177-foot chain link fence measuring eight feet high, with a 494-foot debris catch fence to prevent the transfer of Asian carp between the Wabash River and Maumee River.

    Mark Biel: One If by Land, Two If by Sea

  • It had a French rival, Fort Miami on the Maumee River, whose commandant complained that “the English spare nothing to keep them the Indians and draw away the remainder of those who are here.”

    George Washington’s First War

  • It had a French rival, Fort Miami on the Maumee River, whose commandant complained that “the English spare nothing to keep them the Indians and draw away the remainder of those who are here.”

    George Washington’s First War

  • They then paddled on to the Maumee River, stopping at the French post at the head of the portage to the Great Miami before crossing overland to Pickawillany.

    George Washington’s First War

  • They then paddled on to the Maumee River, stopping at the French post at the head of the portage to the Great Miami before crossing overland to Pickawillany.

    George Washington’s First War

  • They then paddled on to the Maumee River, stopping at the French post at the head of the portage to the Great Miami before crossing overland to Pickawillany.

    George Washington’s First War

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