It is a little village on the danube river—the mighty Danube, which bears the fleets of the world on its ample breast.
Minesweepers have limited offshore capability but, if protected, could clear the danube river and essential parts of its delta.
Because the danube river forms the greater share of the controlled borders, much of the patrolling is done by boat.
All day long the powerboat kept constantly moving down the reaches of the danube river.
Yet rode they off rejoicing / down across the sand Hard by the danube river / on their way to Etzel's land.
If there are any fish in this danube river, and they like bait such as I can offer them, were bound to have a mess for breakfast.
Your mother was born in a grey stone chateau overlooking the danube river.
On this raid our squadron went down and we dove shooting at some large boats on the danube river.
Once upon a time, oh, very long ago, there lived a king or chief over the lands which lay near the mouth of the danube river.
The 290 miles of the danube river that flow along the northern border are navigable.
major river of Europe (German Donau, Hungarian Duna, Russian Dunaj), from Latin Danuvius, from Celtic *danu(w)-yo-, from PIE *danu- "river" (cf. Don, Dnieper, Dniester).