- Lake Huron
- nounthe 2nd largest of the Great Lakes• Syn: ↑Huron• Instance Hypernyms: ↑lake• Part Holonyms: ↑Great Lakes
* * *the second largest of the ↑Great Lakes on the border between the US and Canada. It is the fourth largest lake in the world. It covers 23 010 square miles/59 596 square kilometres with a length of 206 miles/332 kilometres and largest width of 183 miles/295 kilometres. Lake Huron separates the US state of ↑Michigan and the Canadian ↑province of Ontario. Its ports include Alpena and Port Huron.
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