Great-bear-lake



noun
1.
a lake in NW Canada, in the Northwest Territories. 12,275 sq. mi. (31,792 sq. km).
noun
1.
a lake in NW Canada, in the Northwest Territories: the largest freshwater lake entirely in Canada; drained by the Great Bear River, which flows to the Mackenzie River. Area: 31 792 sq km (12 275 sq miles)

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