Definition of Lake tahoe
1. Noun. A lake on the border between Nevada and California to the west of Carson City; a popular resort area.
Generic synonyms: Lake
Lexicographical Neighbors of Lake Tahoe
Literary usage of Lake tahoe
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Annual ReportRailroads (1873)
"The topography of the western shore of lake tahoe may bo aptly described in the ... This tongue of land in the longest in lake tahoe, and covers at least '. ..."
2. Roughing It by Mark Twain (2001)
"We had heard a world of talk about the marvellous beauty of lake tahoe, and finally curiosity drove us thither to see it. Three or four members of the ..."
3. A Lady's Life in the Rocky Mountains by Isabella Lucy Bird (1886)
"lake tahoe, September %. I HAVE found a dream of beauty at which one might look all ... lake tahoe is before me, a sheet of water twenty-two miles long ..."
4. Lakes of North America: A Reading Lesson for Students of Geography and Geology by Israel Cook Russell (1895)
"lake tahoe. — This " gem of the Sierra " is situated at an elevation of 6200 ... On looking down on lake tahoe from the surrounding pine-covered heights, ..."
5. Bits of Travel at Home by Helen Hunt Jackson (1878)
"To find lake tahoe, one must journey on the Overland Railroad six days west from New York or one day east ..."
6. Our American Wonderlands by George Wharton James (1915)
"CHAPTER XXVII THE LAKE OF THE SKY —lake tahoe I HAVE called lake tahoe the Lake of the Sky because the name is singularly appropriate. ..."
7. On Sunset Highways: A Book of Motor Rambles in California by Thomas Dowler Murphy (1921)
"... XVII lake tahoe There are two routes out of Sacramento to lake tahoe which carry fully nine-tenths of the motor travel to that interesting region. ..."