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San Jacinto

[san juh-sin-toh] /ˌsæn dʒəˈsɪn toʊ/
a river in E Texas, flowing SE to Galveston Bay: Texans defeated Mexicans near the mouth of this river 1836. Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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  • For an Indian to sell a horse and wagon in the San Jacinto valley was not an easy thing, unless he would give them away.

    Ramona Helen Hunt Jackson
  • A boat put off from the "San Jacinto," and made for the "Trent."

  • This Cahuilla village is in a small valley, high up in the San Jacinto range.

    Glimpses of Three Coasts Helen Hunt Jackson
  • I heard he was living in San Jacinto, and was a thief yet, spite of all that whipping he had.

    Ramona Helen Hunt Jackson
  • If that were so, before morning she would be with Alessandro; for fierce beasts roamed San Jacinto by night.

    Ramona Helen Hunt Jackson
  • He had heard that there was good hunting on San Jacinto Mountain.

    Ramona Helen Hunt Jackson
  • At San Jacinto every building except the quarantine station has been swept away.

  • The victory of San Jacinto struck the fetters230 from the hands of Texas.

  • One of the housemaids told her that the operator at San Jacinto had twice tried to get her on the telephone.

    A Daughter of the Dons William MacLeod Raine

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