First recorded in 1555–65; river1 + bank1 (Source: dictionary.com)
Definitions of Riverbank
- the slopes bordering a river.
- The bank of a river.
- : the bank of a river
Example sentences for Riverbank
- Barry showed me his room—a one bedroom with a killer view of Riverbank State Park and the Hudson.
- Panka, we learn, doesn't have very warm clothes, and we spend a chilly night with him as he tries to sleep by a riverbank.
- If the river starts drying up, those groups will need lobbyists more than ever, to defend their position on the riverbank.
- At night, he would crawl to the riverbank to keep from drowning in his sleep.
- The streets of London and the riverbank are packed with crowds, undeterred by the chilly day.
- Her low-hung carriage was for many years thereafter a common sight in Riverbank.
- Her house was now a home, and we think very highly of homes in Riverbank.
- Just beyond this, a higher and stronger palisade protected the riverbank from the winter ice jam.
- Freeman Todder, when he arrived in Riverbank, had almost immediately affiliated himself with the dozen "dressy" young fellows.
- The hunters dismounted, and concealed themselves in the shrubs; the utmost silence prevailed on the riverbank.
Related words & Synonyms
river red gum
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