Longfellow, I believe, is not yet at the oxbow, else the winged horse would neigh at him.
Clement Lindsay had come to oxbow Village with a single purpose.
The drive is a pleasant one, affording a fine view of the oxbow Rapids and islands and the noble river above.
oxbow lakes are common, but gorges and waterfalls are absent.
But far away in oxbow Village other events were in preparation.
The day before the race the small boys made a grand stand at the oxbow for the spectators.
It was built on the east bank of the river, a little above the curve which gave the name to oxbow Village.
During the year she spent in the great school, she made but one visit to oxbow Village.
The whole party at the oxbow Bend was roused by this time, and men, women and children were looking for the little lost boy.
During her stay at the great school, she made but one visit to oxbow Village.
also ox-bow, mid-14c., "wooden collar for an ox," from ox + bow (n.1). Meaning "semicircular bend in a river" is from 1797, American English (New England); meaning "curved lake left after an oxbow meander has been cut off by a change in the river course" is from 1898. The reference is to similarity of shape.