Definition of Lake mead

1. Noun. The largest reservoir in the United States; located in southeastern Nevada and northwestern Arizona and formed by the Hoover Dam on the Colorado River; the center of a recreational area.

Lexicographical Neighbors of Lake Mead

Lake Chargoggagoggmanchauggagoggchaubunagungamaugg
Lake Chelan
Lake Clark National Park
Lake Constance
Lake District
Lake Erie
Lake Eyre
Lake Geneva
Lake Huron
Lake Huron-Michigan
Lake Ilmen
Lake Kivu
Lake Ladoga
Lake Leman
Lake Malar
Lake Mead
Lake Michigan
Lake Michigan-Huron
Lake Miwok
Lake Mälaren
Lake Okeechobee
Lake Onega
Lake Ontario
Lake Peipus
Lake Saint Clair
Lake St. Clair
Lake Superior
Lake Tahoe
Lake Tana

Literary usage of Lake mead

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Great American Wilderness: Touring America's National Parks by Larry H. Ludmer (2000)
"lake mead NATIONAL RECREATION AREA The completion of Hoover Dam resulted in the creation of lake mead and Lake Mojave in the 1930s. ..."

2. Warmwater Fisheries: Symposium I (1991) edited by James L. Cooper, R. H. Hamre (1999)
"Reclamation's water development projects have provided large reservoir environments such as lake mead that support warmwater ..."

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