Examples of causeway in a Sentence
The island is linked by a causeway to the mainland.
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Crappie fishing is traditionally at its best on the north side of the causeway, with small jigs tipped with minnows catching some of the biggest crappie of the season at the Trumbull County lake.
As for roads, of special concern is the Overseas Highway, 115 miles of causeways and bridges between Miami and Key West.
Now, researchers have uncovered another feat of Maya innovation: an extensive network of causeways deep in the jungles of Guatemala.
Dump trucks spread sand on major streets in Savannah ahead of the storm and police closed several bridges, overpasses and a major causeway because of ice.
Dump trucks spread sand on bridges and major streets ahead of the storm and police closed a major causeway and several bridges because of ice.
Several municipalities were also shut off to allow crews to clear streets and inspect bridges and causeways to ensure they’re safe for vehicular traffic.
Power lines and electrical posts were strewn across roads and highways, and state media reported the collapse of a causeway linking beach hotels to the mainland.
The timbers used to protect the bridge’s supporting columns and support parts of the causeway can be pulled out by cranes like a dentist pulling teeth.
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Origin and Etymology of causeway
First Known Use: 15th centurySee Words from the same year
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