[ US /ˈsɛvɝn/ ]
  1. a river in Ontario that flows northeast into Hudson Bay
  2. a river in England and Wales flowing into the Bristol Channel; the longest river in Great Britain
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How To Use Severn In A Sentence

  • A borough of southwest - central England on the Severn River west - northwest of London.
  • Madame Severnou, whose ear had been closer to the ground than Awolowo's on his pillow, had disappeared. INSTRUMENTS OF DARKNESS
  • Once enacted, the ban cannot be undone, even if the person has a change of heart, Severns said…
  • Evidently Severn enjoyed the taste for he kept more of Brown's letters than any other correspondent's (fifty-nine), preserving the earliest, dated January 15, 1821, for nearly sixty years. 2 Only Gladstone, with thirty letters, appears to have been as important a fixture in Severn's personal archive. New Letters from Charles Brown to Joseph Severn
  • The borough council wants to build the slipway on the Hangings to allow the fire and rescue service to launch its boat into the Avon as near as possible to the junction with the Severn.
  • He refrained from crossing his letters and rarely wrote up the sides of the sheet, though twice he jokingly interlined a half-sheet upside down ( "heels over head") because Severn had complained of his writing being "too legible. New Letters from Charles Brown to Joseph Severn
  • The gift comprised other valuable material as well, including Arthur's memoirs, selections from his correspondence with John Ruskin, and letters to Joseph Severn from the Cowden Clarkes, H. Buxton Forman, Fanny Keats de Llanos, Mary Shelley, and Edward Trelawny. New Letters from Charles Brown to Joseph Severn
  • The hilltop spur has stunning views across the Severn valley.
  • The fast tides and coloured waters of the Severn Estuary pull cod in like bargain hunters to the sales.
  • A line was drawn from Chester down to the Severn estuary, roughly following the English border, but the principality had vanished into the Irish Sea.
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