[ bɹˈɑːzə͡ʊz], [ bɹˈɑːzəʊz], [ b_ɹ_ˈɑː_z_əʊ_z]
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How to use "Brazos" in context?
The brazos River is a river located in the U.S. state of Texas. The river is formed by the junction of the San Saba and the Trinity rivers near the small community of Menard. It travels southward for 403 miles (628 km), entering the Gulf of Mexico at the city of Port Lavaca. The river has a drainage basin of 13,200 square miles (34,000 km2), which makes it the thirteenth largest river in the United States by volume. The Brazos River watershed includes a significant part of the Texas Hill Country.
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