down-river


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down-river

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downriver

adv
(Physical Geography) towards the mouth of a river
adj
positioned towards the mouth of a river
References in classic literature ?
Had the report come from down-river, I should have instantly thought that one of my own men had fired.
Snider--" He paused, tried to speak again, raised a hand, and pointed down-river.
But the same current was now sweeping him past and on into the down-river wilderness.
River Escapes, which also operates a larger Fortuna vessel which sails down-river, runs a busy programme including hour-long Quay to City cruises and threehour Quay to Sea trips.
Firefighters, divers and other rescuers waded into the water to search for her but her body was found four miles down-river 24 hours later, on Friday.
Paddleboarder Richard Ford, 30, had gone half-a-mile down-river before he realised his platinum band had slipped off his finger.
Racing both nationally and internationally in down-river racing for the Great Britain junior squad, Jeffries recently made the step up to senior level and is looking to establish his place in the squad in time for next year's World Championships.