a state in the SE United States. 42,246 sq. mi. (109,415 sq. km).
Abbreviation: TN (for use with zip code), Tenn.
a river flowing from E Tennessee through N Alabama, W Tennessee, and SW Kentucky into the Ohio near Paducah. 652 miles (1050 km) long.
a state of the E central US: consists of a plain in the west, rising to the Appalachians and the Cumberland Plateau in the east. Capital: Nashville. Pop: 5 841 748 (2003 est). Area: 109 412 sq km (42 244 sq miles) Abbreviation Tenn, (with zip code) TN
a river in the E central US, flowing southwest from E Tennessee into N Alabama, then west and north to the Ohio River at Paducah: the longest tributary of the Ohio; includes a series of dams and reservoirs under the Tennessee Valley Authority. Length: 1049 km (652 miles)
State in the south-central United States bordered by Kentucky and Virginia to the north; North Carolina to the east; Georgia, Alabama, and Mississippi to the south; and Arkansas and Missouri to the west. Its capital is Nashville, and its largest city is Memphis.
Note: One of the Confederate states during the Civil War.
noun 1. TVA. Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) A corporation created by the federal government in the Great Depression to promote the economic development of the Tennessee River and adjoining areas. The TVA, known as a builder of dams, is responsible for flood control, the generation of electric power, soil conservation, and other areas of economic […]
noun 1. one of a breed of saddle horses developed largely from Standardbred and Morgan stock. Tennessee Walking Horse noun 1. an American breed of horse, marked by its stamina and trained to move at a fast running walk Often shortened to Walking Horse
noun 1. a North American wood warbler, Vermivora peregrina, having a gray head, a greenish back, and white underparts.
noun 1. Sir John, 1820–1914, English caricaturist and illustrator. noun 1. Sir John. 1820–1914, English caricaturist, noted for his illustrations to Lewis Carroll’s Alice books and for his political cartoons in Punch (1851–1901)