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 only player remaining of the seven the Marlins received in the controversial 2012 trade with Toronto, Nicolino is at a crossroads that could become a dead end unless impresses through spring training.
Less than a week before the start of the free agency, the Dallas Cowboys are seemingly at a crossroads in their attempt to run down the Super Bowl champion Philadelphia Eagles.
His career paralleled London’s transformation from a grim postwar city to today’s dazzling crossroads of people and cash.
The cavity was left by the extraction of a salt formation underneath a crossroads at the edge of the small city of Carlsbad.
Atlanta’s Auburn Avenue is a crossroads of yesterday and tomorrow for the Rev. Raphael G. Warnock, pastor of Ebenezer Baptist Church.
And to be clear, while the trail itself is an important element, the idea is essentially for green space amid the commercial and high-density residential components along the city's major crossroads.
For both teams, that’s somewhere at a midseason crossroads.
Take a video tour with IndyStar Notre Dame insider Laken Litman of the renovated Notre Dame football stadium, part of the university's $400 million campus crossroads project, after the media tour in South Bend, Ind., August 11, 2017.
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First Known Use of crossroad
moment of truth, point of no return;
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