Anabranch

An'a·branch noun [ Ana stomosing + branch .] A branch of a river that reënters, or anastomoses with, the main stream; also, less properly, a branch which loses itself in sandy soil. [ Australia] « Such branches of a river as after separation reunite, I would term anastomosing branch...
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Anabranch

• (n.) A branch of a river that reenters, or anastomoses with, the main stream; also, less properly, a branch which loses itself in sandy soil.
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Anabranch

An anabranch is a section of a river or stream that diverts from the main channel or stem of the watercourse and rejoins the main stem downstream. Local anabranches can be the result of small islands in the watercourse. In larger anabranches, the flow can diverge for a distance of several kilometers before rejoining the main channel. == Word usage...
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Anabranch

A diverging branch of a river which re-enters the main stream.
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