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Similar words: dissipatedissipationmissilemissingmissivemissionemissionomissionMeaning: n. 1. a major North American river and the chief river of the United States; rises in northern Minnesota and flows southward into the Gulf of Mexico 2. a state in the Deep South on the gulf of Mexico; one of the Confederate States during the American Civil War. 
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1 Like the Mississippi, it just keeps rolling along.
2 They plotted to make the whole Mississippi Valley secede from the United States.
3 The Mississippi River forms a natural boundary between Iowa and Illinois.
4 The Mississippi river flows south.
5 Doctors in Mississippi performed the world's first heart xenotransplant.
6 The Mississippi River empties into the Gulf of Mexico.
7 This land drains into the Mississippi.
8 Sometimes the 'classroom' is a Mississippi riverboat.
9 Where should she go? Mississippi? Too hot. Ditto Alabama.
10 The Mississippi disgorges its waters into the Gulf of Mexico.
11 Unsettled weather will stretch from the middle Mississippi Valley to the southern Middle Atlantic States.
12 The water level of the Mississippi River is already 6.5 feet below normal.
13 Johnson is a perfect fit for Mississippi State.
14 We visited Elvis' birthplace in Tupelo,(www.Sentencedict.com) Mississippi.
15 A black man was lynched in Mississippi.
16 The appellate court decision affects Texas, Louisiana and Mississippi.
17 Mississippi has not executed a prisoner since 1989.
18 Only Mississippi, North Carolina, and Texas specifically prohibit collective bargaining for public school employees.
19 The opening scene of From the Mississippi Delta is both beguiling and assured.
20 She swaggered out of the door like a Mississippi gambler.
21 Ore and coal had been barged down the Ohio to the Mississippi.
22 She and her husband paddled a canoe down the Mississippi.
23 The whole thing had the odd appearance of a brick-built Mississippi steamboat beached and panting to get back to the lake.
24 Well, it was Paul Bunyan who dug out the Mississippi River.
25 I was to visit all the chief justices east of the Mississippi.
26 The position required no athletic ability, but traditionally has served as a proving ground for Mississippi politicians.
27 By July i the Confederates were left with only one major river port: Vicksburg, Mississippi.
28 There were also primary contests in South Dakota and Mississippi.
29 Before they were elected to the House in 1972, Mississippi had no Republicans in Congress.
30 Got up there and got tied up with one of them Mississippi gals and one year led to two led to five.
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