Examples of guardrail in a Sentence
the car ran off the road, but fortunately only hit the guardrail
Recent Examples of guardrail from the Web
Improvements will include resurfaced roadway, guardrails, sidewalks, drainage changes, Intelligent Transportation System and fiber-optic installation, lighting, signage and other features.
The university, for example, receives royalties from concrete makers and companies that build guardrails and safety devices for highways.
Hit-skip, Chagrin River Road: A vehicle struck a guardrail and tree near Deerfield Road April 6 and the driver the left the scene with reporting the accident.
The white heads of pampas grass were shining beyond the bridge’s guardrail, which had been half pulled away like the top of a tin can.
Not surprisingly, editors at Titanic are among those wanting to widen the guardrails on free expression.
Footage of the incident was posted on Instagram Stories by UFC fighter Felice Herrig, which showed McGregor holding up a metal guardrail and preparing to launch it at the bus before he was intercepted.
There will be flagging and lane closures on Walker Road in Beaverton between OR 217 and Canyon Road 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Thursday for guardrail repairs.
Proclamations over the past month to impose new steel tariffs and open talks with North Korean despot Kim Jong Un demonstrated Trump's penchant for making decisions on the fly, even with supposed guardrails like Hicks and Cohn in place.
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First Known Use of guardrail
GUARDRAIL Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of guardrail for English Language Learners
: a strong metal bar along the side of a road that prevents vehicles from driving off the road
: a strong bar or fence that prevents people from falling off a deck, bridge, etc.
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