meandering stream


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me·an·der·ing stream

 (mē-ăn′də-rĭng)
n.
A stream that has multiple successive meanders and develops in relatively flat areas, such as a floodplain, where sediment consists primarily of fine sands, silts, and muds.
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It also has a delightful summerhouse retreat, ideal guest quarters, with lake, meandering stream and bridges.
Other improvements include the construction of a meandering stream through the centre of the flood relief channel, construction of fish passes on Trew s weir plus a low level pedestrian access across the middle of the flood relief channel.
They include an expansive lawn, bordered on one side by a meandering stream with bridges and a pool.
A special feature of this striking home is the surrounding gardens which include a private lake and meandering stream which follows woodland and wild gardens.
With a meandering stream running through it, the extensive garden now has several seating areas, bridges, perfect lawns, a rockery, raised beds, mature planting and wild flower areas.
Once these beavers are gone, officials say, the town will have to monitor the situation because the area, with its meandering stream, is attractive to the species.
PNN Bounded by citrus groves and nestled deep in the fertile valley of Wadi Qana, thousands of olive trees in Deir Istiya have been growing for years on either side of a meandering stream.
Admire the carpet of snowdrops in the woods beside a meandering stream.
The pool of water and the meandering stream under the bridge also needed to be properly assessed, he added.
Both of the formations were deposited in a meandering stream system.
When you stand on the 18th hole at The Hideout Golf Club in Monticello, Utah, and look at the meandering stream lined with cattails, you can know you're standing on the hallowed grounds of old west history.
Outdoors, guests will be able to luxuriate in a multi-level pool/terrace area, featuring wild bamboo, private cabanas and a meandering stream.