Examples of causeway in a Sentence
The island is linked by a causeway to the mainland.
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Outlook: Guide Vic Oertle reports: White bass good on Double-W Shad Flutter spoons and Bubbas near causeway, near riprap and in backs of creeks; wipers and black bass fair.
The Florida Keys, a bead string of causeway-connected islands dangling 113 miles into the ocean from the tip of the state, took the brunt of Irma's landfall when its eyewall rolled right over the archipelago.
Miami Beach will reopen up all its causeways Tuesday at 8 a.m.— four hours ahead of schedule.
State and local transportation workers were inspecting and clearing dozens of bridges and causeways, along with the pavement of U.S. Highway 1 itself.
Once the storm passes, residents will have to wait for the city to deem the streets safe before crossing causeways and heading home.
Dress up and enjoy food from Hall's Catering on the causeway all while raising money for Cicero's new downtown park.
Utah Located on a causeway bisecting the Great Salt Lake, this refuge is a natural stop for hundreds of thousands of birds from September through November.
Storm surge also flooded Water Street in downtown Mobile and a ground-level causeway across Mobile Bay.
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First Known Use: 15th centurySee Words from the same year
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