from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- Lake of theOzarks A lake of central Missouri formed by Bagnell Dam (completed 1931) on the Osage River.
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- n. Plural form of Ozark.
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- n. an area of low mountains in northwestern Arkansas and southeastern Missouri and northeastern Oklahoma
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Selling business machines in the Ozarks was a challenge, but Mr. Opel did well enough that IBM gave him a new job monitoring manufacturing operations.
Call the Ozarks "middle America" if you have to, but don't call it middlebrow.
His grandparents were fairly lucky, having a dairy farm, and even if it wasn't selling, they at least always had fresh milk and butter; they even had an apple orchard, as Granpa Jack was fond of saying the Ozarks were the best hills in the world for growing sweet apples.
I always thought that College of the Ozarks was a very progressive institution.
The novel is set here in Redding, in what I like to call the Ozarks of California, and my wife assures me it will get us tarred, feathered and run out of town on a rail.
The copperhead is plentiful here if you get to rocky areas, especially camping areas of the cons.dept. in Ozarks.
The Ozarks were a particularly bleak place in the 1870s.
With the opening of a retail store in downtown Petaluma and the publication of Gettle's first book, "The Heirloom Life Gardener" Hyperion, 2011, this entrepreneur from the Ozarks is the rising star of the seed-saving movement.
The sale price was announced on Monday by the Community Foundation of the Ozarks, which is overseeing fund-raising for more than 20 different needs in Joplin, including school buildings and supplies.
Well, hiking trails in the Ozarks are a great place to start.