1. dam to make a millpond to provide power for a water mill
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How To Use milldam In A Sentence

  • Kennaquhair, or because it agrees with scenes of the Monastery in the circumstances of the drawbridge, the milldam, and other points of resemblance, that therefore an accurate or perfect local similitude is to be found in all the particulars of the picture. The Monastery
  • With all the bridges over the River Main blown out, Anderson confiscated an abandoned wooden boat and he and the intelligence officer, both seasoned fishermen, rowed across to Schweinfurt, battling a heavy current that threatened to carry the party of four over a milldam. Masters of the Air
  • Maybe the water waltzing over the milldam and a hearty meal of pork chops glazed with an apple bourbon sauce were exactly what I needed to take my mind off my mother. Sea Escape
  • A picket of 50 men in fort Putnam, 25 in fort Box, a sergt. & 12 men at the milldam from the 9th, 11th, 12th Regts. The Campaign of 1776 around New York and Brooklyn
  • Near the milldam was the millpond, deep and full of fish; a little mill with a thatched roof was working away with The Chorus Girl and Other Stories
  • The 'six hundred and twenty thousand tons of water each minute' nearly ceased to flow, and dwindled away into the appearance of a mere milldam. Burroughs' Encyclopaedia of Astounding Facts and Useful Information, 1889
  • But at that they had made good time through their chase and within a very few minutes the last bend of the river showed them the milldam. Boy Scouts of the Air on Lost Island
  • Almost due west of that was the milldam, which was about the only place they could hope to be able to cross Plum Run -- and Watertown lay on the other side. Boy Scouts of the Air on Lost Island
  • Their shops ware on Main Street and on the Milldam, along with a brass foundry, an iron forge with a trip-hammer and wiredrawing mill and several cabinetmakers.
  • There was a village built on the banks of the stream, and even a milldam nearby. WICKED: THE LIFE AND TIMES OF THE WICKED WITCH OF THE WEST
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