Definition of "yarra" []

  • A river in SE Australia, rising in the Great Dividing Range and flowing west and southwest through Melbourne to Port Phillip Bay. Length: 250 km (155 miles) (noun) (c) HarperCollins Publishers Ltd 2016

Use "yarra" in a sentence
  • "The leaves of the square-stemmed figwort, which they called 'cresset' or 'cressil,' were occasionally placed on a sore; and the yarrow -- locally 'yarra' -- was yet held in estimation as a salve or ointment."
  • "But a ballista would be wicked, however, my office suite is ON the edge of the yarra."
  • "I love the cherry tomatoes from Jindivick and these roma tomatoes from the yarra valley - both farmers' market specials."
  • "Do you wear any rings? yarra .. the thin blue one tt i lyk a lot * smilex *"
  • "The river there ran in four separate channels, amongst various trees; brigalow and yarra being both amongst them."