Examples of stopover in a Sentence
The city is a favorite stopover for tourists.
I've been to Belgium—if you count a stopover in Brussels on my way to Istanbul.
Recent Examples of stopover from the Web
Sometimes Portuguese azulejos are glorious, like the early 20th-century panels that line the vestibules of Porto’s São Bento railway station, where an arrival or departure becomes a stopover in a mammoth china cabinet.
De rigueur for celebrities traveling between New York and Los Angeles on the Twentieth Century Limited and the Super Chief was a stopover in Chicago to be interviewed by Irv Kupcinet in Booth Number One at the Pump Room.
The ecologically rich, junglelike forests of the Mississippi Delta are the places that Gulf-crossing migrant warblers hurry to reach after their brief stopovers in the coastal cheniers.
Like its brethren around the world, the 90-year-old Barclay—once a discreet stopover for high society—has been updated as an oasis for the professional class.
The action has moved from Harlem to Atlanta, with a few quick stopovers in Texas and Mexico for that extra jolt of contemporary drug-war verisimilitude.
The Saudis also rented the entire Four Seasons in Palo Alto, near the campuses of Google and Facebook, during the prince’s Silicon Valley stopover.
Many make stopovers at the Ebro Delta’s diverse aquatic ecosystems.
Argentina has made four previous pre-World Cup stopovers in Israel since 1986.
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STOPOVER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of stopover for English Language Learners
: a brief period of time when you stop at a place during a journey; also : a place where a stopover occurs
STOPOVER Defined for Kids
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