Examples of causeway in a Sentence
The island is linked by a causeway to the mainland.
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Best reports have come from Gibbs Point in 20 feet of water, but fishing around the Cawker City causeway and Wally World are also good bets.
Anchored off the Vendée coast about 53 miles southwest of Nantes, the island of Noirmoutier is connected to the mainland by an ancient causeway called the Passage du Gois.
For $33 per person, sightseers will get a 15-minute ride above the Surrounded Islands, a 45-minute bus ride over causeways near the islands and a 90-minute boat tour through Biscayne Bay.
Paul Chettle, who lives near the Las Olas Boulevard causeway to the barrier island, was one of the eight, criticizing Feldman for adding the units back and calling for commissioners to sack the city manager.
White bass – excellent lakewide with good numbers of larger fish found west of the causeway and in Walnut Creek.
The barrier on the side of the causeway, the southernmost stretch of Interstate 45, is about waist-high.
Due in no small part to the security considerations of the summit, the two leaders will be meeting at the Capella Hotel on the island resort of Sentosa, which is connected to the rest of Singapore by a cable car and causeway.
These pontoons, one of scores of innovations developed for the invasion, can also be put together to form floating wharves and causeways.
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CAUSEWAY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of causeway for English Language Learners
: a raised road or path that goes across wet ground or water
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