Definition of Blackstone River in English:

Blackstone River

Syllabification: Black·stone Riv·er
Pronunciation: /ˌblakˌstōn ˈrivər
 
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A river that flows south for 50 miles (80 km) through Worcester, Massachusetts, to Pawtucket, Rhode Island, below which it is called the Seekonk River. The Blackstone Valley was a site of early US industrial development.

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