Tikibu: pronunciation dictionary with use examples
IPA transcription: [pl'eɪnz]
Pronunciations of plains
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This antelope takes me back to the hard, white Plains.
Once there was no sea, and the gods went walking over the green plains of earth.
Afterwards many who failed in the mines drifted back to the plains and became farmers.
Its hills are covered with vines, and its cottages are scattered thickly in the plains.
[Footnote 4: These stampedes are a source of great profit to the Indians of the Plains.
The sign may not be so strong here, but it applies just as it does on the great plains.
Why, it's the hottest thing that ever crossed the Staked Plains since the Apaches came down in---"
This battle was noteworthy in employing the cavalry in an open charge across the plains against the dervish infantry.
These were carried so that if it should be found necessary to secure the horses on the plains, they could be picketed out.
APRICOTS.--The apricot is indigenous to the plains of Armenia, but is now cultivated in almost every climate, temperate or tropical.
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