Examples of crossroad in a Sentence
Traffic was stopped at the crossroad.
We turned onto a crossroad.
Recent Examples of crossroad from the Web
The character of this year's team faced the ultimate test when Cousins suffered his Achilles rupture in January, leaving the squad at a crossroads.
Newhall was known for his outrageous theatrics and sense of humor, and he was promoted from his role as Sunday editor to lead the full Chronicle newsroom when the paper was at a crossroads.
Amid reports that Matt Harvey partied in Los Angeles the night before a poor relief appearance in San Diego, the former Mets ace has found himself at a crossroads.
After notching 17 1/2 sacks and 20 1/2 sacks in 2015 and 2014 and starting every game for the first five seasons of his storied career until hitting a wall the past two seasons with his health, the former Wisconsin star has arrived at a crossroads.
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With his career at a crossroads, Ezra didn’t have any grand plans for a follow-up album.
Located midway between the site of a historic slave market, and the river dock and train station where slaves arrived in Montgomery, Alabama, the museums stand at a crossroads of American history.
At that moment, Self and Newman appeared to be at a crossroads.
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moment of truth, point of no return;
CROSSROAD Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of crossroad for English Language Learners
: a place where two or more roads cross
: a road that crosses a main road or that runs across land between main roads
CROSSROAD Defined for Kids
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