from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- A river, about 1,080 km (671 mi) long, of northwest Wyoming and southern and eastern Montana. It flows northward through Yellowstone Lake and Yellowstone National Park then east and northeast to the Missouri River. The park includes numerous geysers, including Old Faithful.
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- proper n. A national park of the USA, located in Montana, Idaho and Wyoming
- proper n. A nickname for the 2-8-8-4 train configuration.
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- n. a tributary of the Missouri River that flows through the Yellowstone National Park
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DOUG SMITH, YELLOWSTONE PARK BIOLOGIST: They're back here in the northern Rockies; they're back here in Yellowstone.
DOUG SMITH, YELLOWSTONE PARK BIOLOGIST: They're back here in the Northern Rockies, they're back here in Yellowstone.
JON CATTON, GREATER YELLOWSTONE COALITION: We think the law used to be upheld and Yellowstone needs to be protected, and you need to phase out snow mobiles.
YELLOWSTONE SPECIAL ALERT - 01.23.2010 - USGS reports well over a thousand earthquakes within the last 7 days, four of which rattled Yellowstone
CHERYL JAWOROWSKI, YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK GEOLOGIST: Yellowstone normally has lots of swarms.
CHERYL JAWOROSKI, YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK GEOLOGIST: Yellowstone normally has lots of swarms.
In the older literature, the name Yellowstone cutthroat trout was commonly applied to all of the interior subspecies of cutthroat trout.
But after many long years the wonderful place which we call Yellowstone
When "Ol 'Number One" the first grizzly to wear a tracking collar in Yellowstone died of old age they did a post mortem exam.
My family and one other family was camping in Yellowstone when I was a kid.