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Hum·ber

 (hŭm′bər)
An estuary of the Trent and Ouse Rivers in northeast-central England. It is navigable for large vessels as far inland as Hull.
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Humber

(ˈhʌmbə)
n
(Placename) an estuary in NE England, into which flow the Rivers Ouse and Trent: flows east into the North Sea; navigable for large ocean-going ships as far as Hull; crossed by the Humber Bridge (1981), a single-span suspension bridge with a main span of 1410 m (4626 ft). Length: 64 km (40 miles)
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Hum•ber

(ˈhʌm bər)

n.
an estuary of the Ouse and Trent rivers in E England. 37 mi. (60 km) long.
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Noun1.Humber - an estuary in central northeastern England formed by the Ouse River and the Trent RiverHumber - an estuary in central northeastern England formed by the Ouse River and the Trent River
England - a division of the United Kingdom
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