Most folks call them crayfish, but in the bayou, they are crawfish.
But Hillstomp is the real deal, as legit as anything you will find nowadays down on the bayou.
DeWeese has wanted BP to pay a cash bond to ensure the company remediates the site and the bayou once it ceases operations.
All the moves, that is, except managing his state properly—at least according to bayou voters.
Instead, bayou, Israel's hedge-fund group, continued to flounder and the deception only grew.
Remaining with his sons a few days, he again took the boat for bayou Sara, where he landed in the middle of the night.
He was asleep; had gone to sleep calling her "Maman" and babbling of wild-fowl on the bayou.
The levee on the opposite side of the bayou might shelter sharpshooters, but not a column.
The house had floated out of a bayou, I found, which was the reason we did not see it sooner.
Little or no current is met with, unless when the canoe passes over the bed of a bayou.
1766, via Louisiana French, from Choctaw bayuk "small stream."