[ US /ˌtɛnəˈsi/ ]
  1. a river formed by the confluence of two other rivers near Knoxville; it follows a U-shaped course to become a tributary of the Ohio River in western Kentucky
  2. a state in east central United States
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How To Use Tennessee In A Sentence

  • The report listed Lowe's injuries as "incapacitating" and he was taken by Rural/Metro Ambulance Service to University of Tennessee Medical Center for treatment. The Daily Times News Headlines
  • Thirty-six hours before his execution, Tennessee judges voted to reconsider his case.
  • Tennessee has a good chance of becoming a much "redder" - Republican - state after next year's elections. WN.com - Articles related to House Democrats see a bad moon rising
  • Washington dreamed his way along the street, his fancy flitting from grain to hogs, from hogs to banks, from banks to eyewater, from eye-water to Tennessee Land, and lingering but a feverish moment upon each of these fascinations. The Gilded Age, Part 1.
  • Tennessee fans are up in arms over the decommit, which is understandable. Undefined
  • South with cotton, rice, sugar, etc. Virginia, North Carolina, Kentucky, and Tennessee evinced their noted superiority in the culture of the nicotian plant, which is in such great favor with the consumers of tobacco. By Water to the Columbian Exposition
  • He ornamented such unexceptional oaters as ‘The Last Outpost,’ ‘Tennessee's Partner’ and ‘Cattle Queen of Montana’.
  • KNOXVILLE - The University of Tennessee at Knoxville says all students and faculty on a school trip to Chile are fine and accounted for after an 8. 8-magnitude earthquake. Theleafchronicle.com - Local News
  • Jonathan Evans, who teaches biology at the University of the South in Sewanee, Tennessee, says the industry needs to quit pushing the fantasy that replacing all these trees with loblolly is ‘reforestation.’
  • In this he differs from his great contemporary, Tennessee Williams, for whom the interior world of his characters is more real than their social environ.
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