[ sɐbˈiːn ɹˈɪvə], [ sɐbˈiːn ɹˈɪvə], [ s_ɐ_b_ˈiː_n ɹ_ˈɪ_v_ə]
Related words: Sabine River map, Sabine River Basin, Sabine River flooding, Sabine River Basin map, Sabine River Basin map texas
How to use "Sabine river" in context?
Sabine River is located in Texas and is a tributary of the Red River. It has a drainage area of 48,000 square miles. The Sabine River is formed by the joining of two smaller rivers, the Palo Pinto and the White Oak. The Sabine River flows southward through Central Texas and splits into the Brazos and the Cottonwood Rivers near Waco. The Brazos River flows southward into Louisiana while the Cottonwood River joins the Red River just south of Fort Worth.
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