Examples of milepost in a Sentence
We've reached a new milepost in the field of genetic research.
a milepost in the development of a global economy
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Delays could be up to an hour on I-84 near milepost 53.
Perrier’ — on the bottles, T-shirts, race bibs, mileposts.
The probe is part of an effort to resolve a case that has become a milepost in a long history of unresolved, high-profile allegations against the country’s political elite.
No other major leaguer had ever arrived at those mileposts in so few games.
LA 397 at milepost 9 is closed due to water across the roadway.
Florida Highway Patrol received a call that the driver of a Dodge Journey was traveling westbound recklessly on Interstate 4 in Polk County near milepost 38.
But with Thursday's formal announcement, the next milepost is a prototype design for each of the employee groups.
Eric Erstrom was pronounced dead on the scene near milepost 10.5 at about 3:30 p.m., according to an Illinois State Police press release.
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First Known Use of milepost
Synonymsclimacteric, climax, corner, landmark, turning point, milestone, watershed
Related Wordsbreak, capper, clincher, crusher, highlight, topper; conversion, metamorphosis, transfiguration, transformation, turnabout, turnaround; boiling point, breaking point, clutch, conjuncture, crisis, crossroad (s), crunch, crunch time, Dunkirk, emergency, exigency, extremity, flash point, head, juncture, zero hour
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