Examples of causeway in a Sentence
The island is linked by a causeway to the mainland.
Recent Examples of causeway from the Web
As farm levies crippled Apopka, a causeway built for a railroad and then a highway severed Jesup’s natural plumbing with the St. Johns River.
But that idea would still keep a toll lane on the causeway over Lake Norman.
The north shore state park area, the dam, Walnut Creek, the Cawker causeway, and the river channel are all good places to find white bass.
Recruits are loaded onto buses and driven across a causeway and onto the base under the cover of darkness.
His more recent work inhabits the Afsluitdijk, a 32km causeway in the Netherlands that keeps the waters of the North Sea at bay.
Next year, the Miami Yacht Show moves to Biscayne Bay in Miami between the Venetian and MacArthur causeways, where the former Miami Herald building sat for a half century.
Folklore holds that legendary hero Finn MacCool plunged the columns into the sea to create a bridge to Scotland, but scientists say that volcanic activity shaped the causeway's rock formations 65 million years ago.
Ice damage to a causeway, expected to cost millions to fix, indefinitely closed the Bluewater Ferry from Sombra, Ontario, to Marine City on the St. Clair River earlier this month.
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Origin and Etymology of causeway
First Known Use: 15th centurySee Words from the same year
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Definition of causeway for English Language Learners
: a raised road or path that goes across wet ground or water
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