from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. In geology, a band of pure sand, dry on the surface, marking the channel of a subterranean percolating stream which in some cases is sunken to a depth of five meters. Sand-draws abound in western Nebraska, South Dakota, and eastern Wyoming, and have a characteristic flora.


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