Derwent

Derwent

[dur-wuhnt]
noun
1.
a river flowing N and W into Solway Firth, in N England. About 33 miles (53 km) long.
2.
a river flowing S and SE past Derby to the Trent, in central England. About 60 miles (95 km) long.
3.
a river flowing into the Ouse, in Yorkshire in NE England. About 57 miles (91 km) long.
4.
a river flowing NE to the Tyne, in N England. About 30 miles (48 km) long.
5.
a river in S Australia, in S Tasmania, flowing SE to the Tasman Sea. 107 miles (170 km) long.
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Derwent (ˈdɜːwənt)
 
n
1.  a river in S Australia, in S Tasmania, flowing southeast to the Tasman Sea. Length: 172 km (107 miles)
2.  a river in N central England, in N Derbyshire, flowing southeast to the River Trent. Length: 96 km (60 miles)
3.  a river in N England, in Yorkshire, rising on the North York Moors and flowing south to the River Ouse. Length: 92 km (57 miles)
4.  a river in NW England, in Cumbria, rising on the Borrowdale Fells and flowing north and west to the Irish Sea. Length: 54 km (34 miles)

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