Examples of causeway in a Sentence
The island is linked by a causeway to the mainland.
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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.
There are also low-lying causeways in Tampa Bay that may be susceptible to storm surge.
When Lake Michigan water levels are low, visitors can walk across a rocky causeway to access the island.
The big east-to-west causeway from Miami to Miami Beach is also named after her, and there’s a statue of her in downtown Miami.
Proposals for an underwater tunnel in Lake Michigan, an underground tunnel along Lake Shore Drive and a causeway over the lake between Chicago Avenue and Diversey Parkway were also dismissed.
The dog, Oliver, fell off the seawall near his home on Hibiscus Island, between the MacArthur and Venetian causeways.
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First Known Use: 15th centurySee Words from the same year
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