Example sentences for: adirondack

How can you use “adirondack” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • This summer's editions have included primers on how to purchase the splashiest inground pools, the smokiest mega-grills, and the preppiest Adirondack chairs.

  • Overall, acid deposition continues to impair the water quality of lakes and streams in the Northeast: 41 percent of lakes in the Adirondack region of New York and 15 percent of lakes in New England exhibit signs of chronic and/or episodic acidification.

  • Mohawk adirondack (hatiróntak) bark-eaters (they eat trees) > Adirondack

  • Huron adirondack men of the trees > Adirondack

  • I'm not giving it another moment's thought on account of I'm too busy writing my novels, and if somebody wants to read one of them instead of sipping a whisky highball and kicking back in an Adirondack chair or an eight-dollar swivel chair or a pig iron porch swing covered in fifty-cent Montgomery Ward paint from a paintcan he keeps on a ledge in the fallingdown barn where his people have been begetting quadroons and octaroons and sixteentharoons and thirtysecondaroons since the time before they thought to write it down, that's nobody's business but his own.

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