debouchure


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de·bou·chure

 (dĭ-bo͞o′sho͝or′)
n.
An opening or mouth, as of a river or stream.
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Protruding some ninety miles to the east like a sharp hangnail stuck on the boot-shaped state of Louisiana's big toe, the river ends as a tangle--in whatever language--of desembocaduras, debouchures, and mouths to the sea.